Everyone knows how the potential audience for your business is ever expanding, and that your website is often the first thing a potential client will see. It doesn't matter what sector you work in, be it retail, scientific, education or accountancy, you want to make sure you make the best first impression you can, and so it is vital that your website reflects you in the best possible light.
Over the years, many clients have approached us wanting a website that they can manage themselves without the need to get a web developer in every time they need to make a basic change. If you have experienced anything like this then a Content Management System (CMS) is exactly what you are looking for.
At Solweb we have developed our own CMS to cater for the ever expanding needs of our clients. Using a simple and intuitive system you can control the content of your site, upload images, documents and videos, or simply just have well formatted text that can be changed without any effort or programming knowledge.
This is just an example of the typical features of our content management, but as it is entirely developed by us, we can customise existing modules specifically for you and even write entirely new ones!
Solweb are proud to represent one of the many digital companies that have helped place Bournemouth on the map! According to the Tech Nation Report for 2015, Bournemouth has become the fastest growing city for digital companies and the digital sector has increased by 212% between 2010 and 2013. An incredible figure which explains why more and more businesses are turning to Dorset based IT firms for their expertise and experience in handling their E-Commerce needs.
We are in the mobile age of web design, and it’s no longer an option to simply have a website and expect the traffic to come your way. Social media has already broken down walls between businesses and their customers, but the way in which people interact has also evolved. It wasn’t too long ago that we would access our websites of choice purely on our home computers or laptop, but not most people will use their smart phones to check out information whilst on the move.