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When dealing with e-commerce users, customer satisfaction is key to a company’s revenue, loyalty and brand. IT solutions need to deliver fast, highly interactive and cutting-edge e-commerce applications for their online customers. Discover how to deliver today’s best practice and stay competitive with the user. Click to download!
By 2015, an estimated $278 billion will be spent online per annum. Because of this growth, business managers must actively partner with IT departments in the process of optimising the speed and availability of online properties. Learn how to deliver consistency, during peak periods, at all times and across all geographies. Read more!
In the next 18 months, up to 30% of web traffic will come from mobile devices. With the mobile users expecting short load times for the websites they visit, IT departments need to deliver at speed. Click to find out how to optimise web performance!
With 57% of internet-using adults banking online in the US, the online channel is increasingly becoming the preferred way for businesses and individuals to access their financial information and execute their transactions. Find out how IT services can deliver for financial institutions as they try to differentiate themselves in a highly competitive and dynamic environment. Click for more!
Delivering an exceptional Web experience has never been easy, but it used to be simpler: if your content looked good in Internet Explorer, you could be reasonably certain your site was working for most of your end-users. Read on.
Website performance is a major pillar of the web experience; even the richest of sites will deliver a poor experience if it is not available or lags in load time or responsiveness. The stakes are rising as a new generation, accustomed to being constantly connected through mobile devices, advances to becoming the mainstream consumer market of tomorrow. Read on.
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