There’s no question that technology is an intrinsic part of our everyday world. The government report ‘Foresight’ into the future of manufacturing predicts that manufacturing “will be virtually unrecognisable from that of thirty years ago” due to the advances of technology. This is not a new opinion and businesses will have to make technology part of their process just to keep up with the changing face of manufacturing.
Business Automation is essentially the streamlining of processes to increase efficiency, improve consistency, reduce errors and it applies to every business. Whether it’s delivering to an expanding market, making a product that has to meet set standards every time or maintaining accurate accounts payable in a complex industry, every business would benefit from process automation. Every Business. Even yours.
The question we get asked the second1 most when speaking to clients and potential clients is “how much will my bespoke software cost to build?” [...]
“Speaking at nor(DEV):con is a good indicator that people know what they’re talking about”. If anyone knows the truth of that sentence, it’s Dom Davis.
Ashford Commercial engaged with Naked Element to create a timesaving, cross-platform mobile app for them, in order to reduce error and save time when compared to their paper processes.
“Our old website wasn’t branded, slow and not working for us, we needed a whole new design to improve communication, speed and our web presence to potential business.” Our designer Shelley took on the challenge.
Fountain Partnership Limited are a digital marketing company based in Norwich. Naked Element were chosen to build a script which would allow Fountain to manage one of their largest clients in Google AdWords, saving time and ultimately money.
Android have shown an increase in market sales, overtaking Apple by a considerable margin and now account for three quarters of the market share.
If there was any concern that Brexit would have a negative impact on foreign investment in the UK, the doubts were somewhat quashed this week when ARM Holdings announced a takeover by Japanese tech giant, Softbank, in a deal worth a staggering £24bn.
Everyone knows the monthly Norfolk Developer meets attract speakers from around the country to talk tech to us, but we were reminded recently that we also have a more practical function. To bring like-minded programmers together. One such successful collaboration began in March last year between John Heaser of Responsive Systems and freelance mobile developer [...]