We want to help your business refocus on the things that matter most and use technology to take care of as much of the rest as possible, when you get it right it will make your life easier and your business more profitable.
We provide businesses with different solutions, depending on which types of problems they need solving. Typically this falls into one of two camps:
- For Software Companies, or development teams, we can help you conquer legacy code, deliver new features and squash bugs, improve your workflows and get the best out of your existing code and your team.
- For Other Businesses we can assist in digital transformation: getting technology to work for you to save you time and money.
It’s possible in a few companies to get by with very little technology, but for the rest there are decisions to be made, equipment to be bought and processes to be laid down. If you’re an expert in anything other than technology, you might not be able to solve those problems easily.
As an example of a problem we helped to solve, there was a small factory that had a couple of ecommerce websites, selling directly to consumers and making on demand. They had a production management system and a team taking telephone orders.
Each process had a separate evolution, created by different teams to solve different problems, except over time they had been brought together in a perfect example of the spaghetti approach.Read more...
Towards the back end of last year, I was offered the opportunity to qualify as an Evernote Certified Consultant, which enables me to work with Evernote users (particularly business users) with a stamp of approval from Evernote.
Evernote is a great tool that I will rave about to anyone that will listen, client or not. It’s a great way to help individuals or business get organised and can make retrieving information much quicker.Read more...
It’s funny the way life is sometimes, isn’t it? You may remember that alongside projects for clients I’m also attempting to reduce the huge piles of paper threatening to swallow my office. It’s been a couple of months since I first let you know about my plans, so I thought it was about time I updated you.Read more...
I recently read an article discussing how technology is being used to help businesses in the retail space deliver a more localised service, emulating the level of service usually only offered by small local businesses. The article (which can be seen on the Retail Dive website used the term “hyper-localization” (sic) to refer to this localised focus, comparing it to the personalised service often received in the old open all hours style general stores.
It’s nice to be remembered by the staff, to have our preferences taken care of and to feel important. That’s a feeling we rarely get when entering a chain, especially not a large superstore. You can understand why large chains would want to pursue anything that helped them to offer that to customers.Read more...
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