DEFINING DIGITAL PRESENCE
Digital presence is a key customer channel for almost every business. In Q1 of 2019, according to the Office for National Statistics, “91% of all adults [in the UK] had recently used the internet, with almost all adults aged 16 to 44 years (99%) being recent internet users.” Accessible, engaging, up to date and searchable content is fundamental to a successful digital presence. Society moves at an incredible pace, consumers expect relevant content to be available on a multitude of devices on demand. To help our clients meet their customers needs, we provide website design and development.
91% of all adults had recently used the internet, with almost all adults aged 16 to 44 years (99%) being recent internet users.
In 2018, 78% of adults stated their preferable method of Internet access was via a smartphone. This statistic is not surprising when you consider the volume of commuters interacting with their devices during their daily commute, the ease of use of using a mobile device when visiting new places, and the social expectation to constantly share information with peers.
78% of adults stated their preferable method of Internet access was via a smartphone.
From websites to mobile apps, social media to customer relationship management platforms, a multitude of avenues are available to be explored. We find that working with clients to deliver solutions that solve their immediate needs, whilst presenting options for future developments, ensures the best value for money whilst delivering the best customer experience. The approach we take is tailored to every client; factoring in time, budget, requirements and the ongoing technical support. Whether you are looking for a website or a mobile app, the three categories of development listed below broadly apply.
+ Unlimited scope
+ Fully customisable
+ Complete control
+ Most suitable for integration
– Typically higher cost
– Ongoing support requirement
Customised off the shelf
+ Community support
+ Quicker to market
+ Common integration options
– Requires infrastructure
– Constraints of flexibility
+ Fully managed
+ Supported infrastructure
+ Low maintenance
+ Limited set of integration options
– Platform portability restrictions
– Constraints on flexibility