Over the past three years we have taken a number of customer's internal business procedures and created web-based applications that they and their clients use. Our ability to do this in a cost effective manner is in part due to the great strides and reduced development cost of Ruby on Rails development.
Each one of the applications we created was an internal control procedure maintained within an Excel spreadsheet file. While our applications might not be Excel killers, they definitely have helped some of our clients break free from the constraints of spreadsheets and take their internal procedures to another level.
Did you know you can now sell online? Yea, we thought so. But it is worth mentioning, since many shopping experiences online leave a lot to be desired. This section of the site highlights a few types of applications you may need for your site. If you don't see what you need, ask!
Google hit another home run with Google Maps. Select points on a map and integrate it into your site, provide driving directions, and if you stand outside at the right time, your smiling face may appear on street view. This technology highlights the potential for your website. In this case, Google has done some heavy lifting for us. Internet Exposure can take you the rest of the way.
An embedded poll or a more sophisticated research driven survey needed for your site? Team iE has developed a variety of simple and very sophisticated survey tools for companies and non-profit organizations.
Online lead management tools can track where your leads are originating, the time a user has spent on the site, what they looked at and the number of times they have been at your site.
Obviously, this is valuable information any sales staff would enjoy. Beyond tracking lead informaton, these tools can deliver lead information to a variety of resellers, sales staff or regions. Add a touch of reporting and your orgaization is really leveraging the sales power of web applications. Sound like something you could use?
Walk your user through the problem they are facing and by creating a product selector. This kind of web application lets the user make their selections with the result being a recommended product or a series of products. Once a result is displayed, the user is presented with a call to action. Hey, tie it into your Leads Application!
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