Your website is an excellent resource for potential customers to learn more about your company. But what happens if that visitor turns into a consumer, client, or member?
You've decided to revamp your company's website, become cloud-based, or depend more heavily on data analytics, but where do you begin? What kinds of digital transformation obstacles should you anticipate?
Almost every company, regardless of size, has challenges during the digital transformation process. Here's how to deal with them.
People have grown accustomed to having all of their digital needs met promptly with the push of a button, which has resulted in the recent growth in the custom web application market. This demand for immediate satisfaction may seem unreasonable to you as a business owner. Still, if you can't offer your customers what they want when they want it, it can reflect poorly on your competence and, as a result, your business.
Everyone knows "there's an app for that," but what does that mean for your company's website? You're not alone if you're stumped when it comes to understanding what a "web application" is. There's a lot of confusion around web-based data processing, online collaboration, and virtual project management. So far, we've explored what a web application is and some popular types of apps used by businesses.
You know your web presence is crucial to building your brand and attracting more customers. What if it's time your website did more than act as a billboard for your business? Custom web apps can help your company solve challenges and streamline systems for your employees and clients.
We've previously posted about custom web apps and what exactly they are—wondering what type of web app is right for your business? Let's take a look at some popular types of web applications.
We've come a long way from the days when computers only had one version of software installed on each system via CDs (or its earlier precursor, the floppy disk!). Today, there are endless types of application software, or apps, to suit every need and purpose. As a result, applications have become ingrained in our daily work, life, and social activities. While you may use an app like Microsoft Word or Excel on your computer, a web application is software or a program that you can access through any web browser without having to download or install it.
The last thing the web content management space needs is another acronym, but DXP is one that goes beyond just a trendy buzzword. DXP stands for Digital Experience Platform, and it is now considered a permanent part of the web content management landscape.
This article looks at exactly what DXP is and how it compares with traditional Content Management Systems and how Digital Experience Platforms are transforming customer experiences.
We’ve recently covered what makes good UX and UI design, and when it comes to designing websites, sometimes less is more. With a few simple improvements you can refresh your website and improve usability at the same time. Several subtle, seemingly small, things can take a good web design and make it great. At Provisio, make sure these little things don’t get overlooked when planning a design. Here are a few examples of simple but effective components we use to help elevate your site’s design while also improving usability for visitors.