uniCenta oPOS has been around since 2010 and today is renowned for being a best in class, feature rich proven POS. Used by thousands worldwide – by end of August 2015 downloads passed through the half million mark – it helps many kinds of businesses save money and run more effectively.
We have been asked by an existing customer of ours to build a website interface into the database of their epos till.
This is to provide custom sales reports, stock reports and cost analysis. We are pleased to announce that we have successfully implemented this.
If you require bespoke reports from your uniCenta oPos till which is based on mySQL, then please contact us to see how we can help.
Our website has now been up and running for a whole year! We have seen many positive comments and have had lots of feedback and leads for website development. We would like to thank all our existing clients and past customers for the support that you have given us.
We hope next year will be as positive as this year has been, thank you.
Wix, the popular low cost web site builder tool, seems to be having issues with their web sites being indexed in Google. It seems like many web sites powered by Wix have recently been dropping out of the Google index.
There are dozens of threads in the Google Webmaster Help forums talking about this. Some date back as far as two weeks ago.
Google’s John Mueller mentioned about it this morning (14th Oct) saying Google has investigated the issue and they are working on resolving it on the Google end.
If you require a website that you can control and see it rise on Google websearch then contact us today and we will see what we can do.
We are aware that when all you want is a website to gain more customers, website companies tend to baffle you with strange terms. We have decided to list a few of these terms which you may come across and explain them in plain English.
This is your website that is displayed for you and your customers to see. It has your text, logo and colours to attract your targeted audience.
This is the computer where your website is stored. It is permanently switched on and connected to the internet so that your customers can see your website 24 hours a day.
This is the name of your website that is unique and allows people to view it. An example is bbc.co.uk the name of the bbc website. When creating a new website it is important to chose a name that reflects your business, so that people can easily identify you. This name must be unique so that it can’t be used by anyone else.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
It is a method which allows Google and Bing to understand your site. This is essential to allow your customers to find your site as most internet users use a search engine to find information they are looking for.
Social Media Marketing
This is basically reaching your customers through Facebook, Twitter and Google+ by adding posts about your company, products or special offers. Using social media for marketing can enable business to further their reach to more customers.
With so many different devices with different screen sizes, it is essential to ensure your website is displayed correctly. A responsive website will automatically fit the device that it is being displayed on.
A blog (also called a weblog or web log) is a website consisting of entries (also called posts) appearing in reverse chronological order with the most recent entry appearing first. Basically a list of articles that your customers will find interesting, you are reading our blog now.
If you have any questions or are unsure about terms used in website design then please do not hesitate to contact us.
All our new websites come with the ability to search your entire website.
This allows your customers to find exactly what they are looking for. The search bar will search pages, articles and posts giving your customers the information they need.
This ability gives your site the professional feel that you deserve. Call us now on 01702 312078 or contact us to see how we can help.
Our new websites are designed to be fully responsive. What does this mean?
When a device accesses the internet it sends details to the site on its screen size. Our new websites use this information to send a web page to the device which fits its screen size.
With so many different devices with different screen sizes, this is essential to ensure your website is displayed correctly. Google now checks your site to see if it is responsive, if it is your site will be rated higher on its search engine.
If your site is not responsive then drop us a line and we will see what we can do for you.
We are pleased to announce that we have been commissioned to design a new website for Remote Security Services. This company installs CCTV. Alarms and Door entry systems. If you require a new website then please call us, complete our contact form or fill out our quotation form.
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