Why E-commerce Is Important

Posted on 1 June 2016

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More and more people are using e-commerce to make their online purchases everyday. With increasing credit card and internet penetration customers are now getting used to integrating e-commerce with their daily lives. The advent of secure payment gateways and cashless payments have boosted consumer confidence and driven them to explore the internet shopping experience. Here are some reasons why your business should be using e-commerce to engage with these consumers.

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Is Your Company Ready For An ERP System – Top Signs To Look For

Posted on 14 May 2014

Customer services failing, difficulty with financial reconciliations, trouble with tracking sales order and keeping up with all the latest technology – are these scenarios too familiar? Then it is time to think of setting up an ERP system for your company.

Of course every organization is built entirely unique from each other and as such, ERP system might not work out for you and no key indicators can ever help one determine if it will solve the problems the company is facing 100%. Whilst that said, there are some situations and problems that are common among businesses or organizations and if the business is facing these problems, then ERP can be among the solutions your company might need. Below are some signs that would help you identify if ERP would work.

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Guide To The World of Computer Language

Posted on 25 April 2014

Let's face it, not everyone is familiar with the definition of computer applications, software and other computer terms. Not everyone knows how an entire social media site is managed or how a famous company's webpage could look so amazing. But as the world of information technology becomes intertwined with our daily lives, it is important that we at least get to know some basic terms used in the IT world.

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Common Mistakes in Web Design

Posted on 31 March 2014

Designing a website doesn’t mean to add all forms of web elements altogether. Any website is named as standard example for potential website owners will always have the relevant elements with the most efficient navigation system. Nowadays, it has become quite difficult website that has been developed with these features. Hence, it’s important have a better understanding on what are the things one must avoid while building any website. There are few features that you must avoid while planning and developing websites. Whenever you work on a new project of web design, you must avoid the following mistakes. With proper implication of such matters, you can surely make the reader’s happy.

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Optimizing Sales Through The Use Of OpenERP

Posted on 27 March 2014

Sales cycles can often cause problems for many executives and business companies. That is why many organizations would often outsource such to other companies or use ludicrously expensive software programs that are considered as lead experts in data contacts, sales leads as well as contacting prospective and current clients.

The use of this software is important and considered crucial to the success of the sales life blood cycle. One of this software is OpenERP, open source enterprise software that functions as a resource planning program. OpenERP is recognized as one of the best resource planning software in the industry today that focuses on sales and productivity.

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CSS4 is releasing soon: What you should know as Website Designer

Posted on 21 February 2014

Constant changes of web applications have been a regular norm nowadays. We have already evolved the technology as an important part of our life. It’s expected to have changes on the web, especially when it’s for the betterment of services. At times, it becomes hard to accept the fact that time has gone real fast. Who would believe that Rickrolling has passed 6 years of service, whereas Internet Explorer has stepped further by working 12 years a trot? CSS has already released their 4th version of the application. Overall changes are inspiring, and they have always inspired website designers.

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Website Design 2014: Things to watch out!

Posted on 4 February 2014

It would be absolutely unfair to make review that, 2013 has not been a productive year for web design industry. With so many innovative design ideas, and modulations over the websites; we can certainly rectify that visitors have experienced more of balanced and steady website platforms. Significance in 2013 would be some brilliant exclusion on website development. Huge strides in the field have done immensely good for both website owners and visitors. Nowadays, we can see websites compatible for computers, smart phones, and thanks must be given to the initiator of this formula.

What would be the best thing for web design service in 2014 is still a mystery for us. However, there are few aspects that we have to consider getting ahead in web design service, and stay as the revolutionary industry of the current era!

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How to Avoid Getting Sandboxed With These Fail Safe Anchor Texts

Posted on 24 January 2014

A couple of months ago, Google launched Penguin 1.0 resulting to thousands of blogs and websites getting de-indexed in the search engine database. The algorithm adjustment challenges many SEO techniques as well as internet marketers. The fear of backlash and recovery period also seems to discourage plenty of internet marketers. However, some have taken up the challenge and research was made on how the new algorithm affects SEO and how one can work with the changes. Although there were no particular data where a new SEO technique can survive the onslaught, one thing though seems to standout – anchor text diversity.

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Web Applications To Look Forward To In 2014

Posted on 3 January 2014

To start the New Year, we have compiled various web applications that web developers would look forward to in 2014. These applications would certainly make life easier for many of us especially those who are into mobility as BYOD is making an impact in the industry. 


Geographical location is one restriction that many people have complained about especially when it comes to data access, thanks to the development of Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) movements; this limitation is no longer a problem. Business individuals and other professionals can now use their own devices to access their company’s information even if they are in remote places. Although there are some problems associated with this especially when it concerns budgeting and setting up a secured environment, nonetheless, it is a fact that one can no longer ignore.

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