Thursday, July 23, 2015

Staying Ahead of the Pack

Staying Ahead of the Pack - How to Stay Ahead in Business Strategy With Comelite IT

Staying ahead of trends, technologies and your competitors can feel pretty daunting. However, there are steps you can take to not only keep up with the change, but also help both yourself and your business win. Here are some strategies to help you get ahead of the pack — if not lap the field. 

Mobilizing the business has become a priority for companies that want to stay ahead of the competition, build customer loyalty and improve efficiency. But building an effective corporate mobile strategy is about much more than technology. Mobilizing companies involves far more than just handing smartphones or tablets to employees. That’s how companies can gain competitive advantage and grow their revenues or significantly reduce their costs, potentially transforming not only their own operations but creating change throughout their industry.

Keeping one step ahead of competitors is a fundamental key to business success. One area where you can shine brighter than the rest is with a web strategy plan designed to ensure your website stands out and delivers. A professional website design firm can conduct concept research through examination of your competitors’ websites and industry leaders. Analysis of keyword usage, social media and other traffic driving mechanisms can be performed, in addition to a thorough evaluation of your current website to pinpoint existing areas of weakness. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) research can also be performed to increase “hits” and build desired awareness about what your business has to offer.

Businesses that plan for growth are more successful than those that are happy to stay still. Use unique marketing solutions to keep up with developments in your sector, follow consumer trends, invest in new technology and have a clear idea of where you want to be in one, three and five years' time.

As you can see, there are some really easy strategies you can implement to help your business stay ahead of the competition. Remember to look to Comelite IT Solutions when you need fast, dependable solutions for new business plans on software and more.

Dynamic Websites for Better Online Business & Transactions!

Dynamic Websites for Better Online Business & Transactions!

Dynamic websites are database driven websites. These types of websites are perfect for online banking and businesses. And they are starting to take the lead over the classic static type of websites. 

A dynamic website has numerous benefits and advantages. It offers features such as receiving or storing your services, content, member information, products, etc.... Database driven websites are focused on the implementation of content from databases and that's how they are capable of changing the content and look of the website every time they are loaded.
Dynamic website, as above mentioned -is perfect for online businesses and as such they can help you improve your customers service, change your content, send customized emails and much more. All these elements together will help you to promote your business, improve your website traffic and online-offline exposure. Dynamic websites are a perfect solution if your goal is to present a large amount of information, products and services. 

Comelite IT Solutions Will Help You To...
Our company will help you to understand the importance of a well-developed dynamic website. We create database driven websites which are capable of handling complex tasks such as: receive, send and/or store products, add, edit, delete content, presenting and/or estimating sales information etc... Our web developers are highly proficient, and is striving for innovative concepts and bold solutions. We are here to help you to promote your business, increase your sales and generate revenue. Comelite IT Solutions website features are:
  •   Unlimited Product/Services Display
  •   Custom Shopping Carts/eCommerce Solutions
  •   Facility to Manage Content and Links
  •   User-Friendly Development Solutions
Our teams of developers are proficient in side-server programming and they can develop and create anything that a client demands.

We will develop a dynamic website according to your requirements and your company's needs. Comelite provides solutions which will give your prospective clients a unique feel and amplify your users' experience. We can create dynamic websites that are highly functional and that can complete your transactions and collect valuable information.

Just contact me and we'll bring your business strategy into reality!

Thursday, July 9, 2015

6 Advantages of the 2 Day Mobile App

6 Advantages of the 2 Day Mobile App

A friend called me a while ago after visiting my blog about our Instant Business App solution on our company’s website, telling us that there are SaaS solutions that do not even require you to spend two days on your app – you can get them instantly.

While I do admit that the online app building solutions are more flexible, there are some pitfalls which make our “two day app” stand out – even in terms of speed:

1- Not everyone is a techie. 

Sure, the argument here is that no coding is required. But still you must know a minimum of how to organize your buttons, how to offer the features, and what look to apply. You must also keep in mind that there are standards set for each platform, dictating how an app should look. At a minimum, you need consultation from a friend. Otherwise, you could risk being rejected by the app stores.
The thing about the “two day app” is that it requires no customization at all; only some skin and text changes. It is already based on industry best standards, and it has already been approved by the app stores. The user is getting more for their money, not less.

2- One-time payment vs. recurring. 

SaaS systems typically charge on a monthly basis. That’s how they make their money after all. Over a period of time, your costs can increase beyond what you initially anticipated.
The two day app, on the other hand, is a one-time fixed payment only. There is only an annual fee of $99 and that is because of the Apple App Store price. And let me guess; this price is not even included in the price the SaaS companies charge you.

3- One-stop shop for Android and iOS. 

Other companies require you to offer your Google Play and App Store accounts. You must solve the issue of getting an account with these companies, and this could delay (if not even cancel) your project.
In another project, one of our clients had to delay the iOS app for two months before they could complete the account issue.
Compare this to a solution that relieves you from these hassles altogether.

4- No setup hassles. 

This one we have in common with the SaaS systems in that we both offer hosting. Since we offer the hosting for the backend website too, you can just take your app, and it will just work! What sets us apart from the others is the Zero Hosting Fees. That is right; we are not charging you for any hosting at all. The only charging we take is equal to the Apple Appstore payment which you would need to give anyway. Compare this to the monthly or annual recurring payments you must give if you go with others.

5- See everything upfront.

The “two day app” is already published; uses may download samples of it and play with it. As such, the client knows exactly what they will get in the app. Compare this to a solution where nothing is defined in advance. We have also seen negative comments about the SaaS services, stating that things were not performing the way they were supposed to do. There are no such hidden caveats in our app.

6- Offline capabilities.

SaaS and online apps are designed to be online. At the time of this writing, we are not familiar with any SaaS which supports offline capabilities as well. Offline capabilities are complicated and require good coding to be applied properly. While this feature is a necessity especially in countries or locations with little or no internet connection, clients in those areas can simply not use those services as this feature is missing.In the “two day app”, this feature is built-in. The app collects the data anytime it is online, and stores it for usage anytime it is disconnected. The client will never notice the difference.

Naturally I believe our solution is better – otherwise we would not have come up with it. I hope this post has clarified our point as well that not only is the “two day app” superior in terms of quality – it is really faster to get done too.