Over half of the UK’s top travel brands don’t have a mobile app. With mobile browsing set to account for the majority of web traffic by 2015, can your business afford to ignore mobile?
The highest growth in workloads in twenty years has been shown, this provides a brilliant opportunity for investment for construction companies.
A problem that we often see relates to clients wanting to see more activity on their website. The issue is, websites like most things only have a shelf life. If left for too long without attention, they go stale and look out of date.
If you're looking for more than a ‘brochure’ website and are not able to code yourself then the answer is most likely yes. If you need to update your site daily with dynamic fresh content then the best way is by using a CMS.
The ability to share data with staff is a crucial requirement of a business. This is something that is not always done as efficiently as it could be.
So you are thinking of creating a new website? However, before you start I am asking you to hold on for now and have a quick look at your current site.
This introduction prepares you for creating your website, by encouraging you to analyse your current site to get value from your new investment.
A common complaint from our clients is the confusion that occurs when their businesses operations become a muddle of word documents, pieces of paper, Excel spreadsheets and individual Access databases.
On Tuesday and Wednesday we exhibited at Travel Technology Europe (joined to the Business Travel Show & Hospitality Technology Europe). It was Objective’s second year there, last year was a great so this year had a lot to live up to.