Web Development encompasses a broad range of skills and disciplines, from visualisation of proposed designs through agile testing on our staging servers before going live to ensure that all your requirements have been met. We take the time to understand your competitive landscape and business objectives before proposing a solution that will maximise your return on investment. Our data processing and visualisation skills will ensure that you maximise the value of your information and distribute it in a timely manner to all stakeholders in your organisation.
Connect and combine data from a variety of sources Create dashboards that provide at-a-glance understanding Filter and interact with your data Share insights with colleagues View and explore your data in new and revealing ways
The basis of your online presence will usually be some form of website. We can deliver anything from a three-page brochure site to a data-driven hub that encompasses all of your organisation’s activities.
SEO and Content
The days when SEO was all about clever manipulation of search terms are long past. These days getting found is all about having meaningful content. SEO is a long term project, and to do it properly takes time and commitment. The key to this is content development to attract your prospects in the first place, then keep them interested long enough to engage with you. Allied to this is a monitoring process to track your investment and ensure that you are getting the expected return on investment.
How many times have you emailed out a brochure, parts list, or price list this month? Users now expect all this kind of material to be available at the click of a mouse, so you need to have it available online, mobile friendly, and easy to interact with. An ideal solution in these cases is what is often called a ‘flip page’ brochure. Technically a HTML5 or PDF document, this mimics the look and action of a physical brochure right there in the browser.
Got people in the field? Sales personnel, service engineers, or delivery operatives? In all cases your business processes will be improved by speedy updates on the status of ongoing jobs and the disposition of your people. Add data inputting facilities to your website to speed up workflows, place orders, update sales call data, raise enquiries, request service calls, book appointments, and a hundred other remote operations that can benefit from adding simple automation tools to your site.
You may already have some in house automation in place for some of your more common business processes. Your accounting system may contain your product catalogue data and prices; you may have a payroll system that already contains employee data, salary rates, etc., or an MRP system that contains all your process codes. No problem. These applications generally expose an Application Programming Interface (API) that allows us to connect to it and get access to the data needed to integrate our web applications with data stored elsewhere. A typical example of this is an online e-commerce site that pulls all of it product and pricing data from a Sage Accounting application, thereby ensuring that the site prices and stock levels are always up to date, and avoiding any data duplication.