Types of Websites We Develop
We develop websites of various complexity from brochure websites to Internet portals. We create landing pages, promo sites, corporate sites, product catalogs, CMR systems, ERP systems, showcases and galleries, thematic portals, news sites, social networks, blogs, SaaS applications and much more.
A brochure website is a small website that provides basic information about an organization. It usually consists of one or several web pages. Brochure websites may contain information about goods, services, prices, tariffs, and contact details.
A promo site is a website aimed to promote a product or brand. The goal of a promo site is to increase the awareness of the product and attract the target audience. Such websites are often created to support an advertising and marketing campaign and boost sales.
A corporate site is an Internet representation of a company. Its main goal is to present information about the company, its activities, prices, products, and services. Usually, a corporate site contains galleries, news, order forms, and information about vacancies.
An online store is a website that sells goods over the Internet. It contains a product catalog with the detailed characteristics of the goods divided into categories. An online store allows users to add products into a shopping cart and place an order.
A CRM-system is an application for customer relationship management. It allows users to save customers' history, control sales, improve business processes, manage information about their consumers, suppliers, and partners, manage campaigns, analyze results, etc.
A web application is a client-server application using which a client interacts with the server through a browser, transmitting and receiving data over the network. Such applications are cross-platform and so do not depend on the operating system.
An ERP-system is a system for enterprise resource planning. An ERP-system is designed to provide a general model of data and processes for all areas of an enterprise. It allows managing human resources, finances, and assets.
SaaS means "software as a service" or "software on-demand". This application provides a service model in which subscribers are provided with ready-made software, fully serviced by the provider and developed for remote usage.
A social network is an online platform that people use to communicate, maintain social relationships with other people who have similar interests or offline connections. There can be social bookmarking, cataloging, media storage, etc.