Paul Stanley - bespoke software development services
Paul Stanley Software
Bespoke Software Development, Lancashire, UK

Advantages of Web Applications

Connected World : Advantage of a Web Application

Web applications run through web browsers like Google Chrome. The program runs on a web server, rather than on the PC, or local server for traditional applications.

Web application pages interact and respond with users requests, unlike basic website pages where pages are all pre-formatted. The most common example is online shopping application.

Most commercial web applications utilise a database to store permanent information such as product descriptions/costs, and customer orders.

What can you do in a Web Application?

Analyse Campaigns of data collected from distrubted offices across country or world

Display reports in Graphical Form

Order Goods with Online Catalogue, easy searching allows customer to keep track of orders and budgets

Produce Estimates - Atract visitors to your site. You gain details of what they are interested. You are available 24/7

Educate your workforce eg lifestyle

Lifestyle questionnaire for employees, advises on a range of wellbeing issues including diet, exercise, & drinking.

Deliver News

Provide product information online

Provide task information for workers on site via mobile devices

Allow remote works to enter job completion and get sign off on site

Advantages of Web Applications

Web Applications deliver many business benefits compared to office based solutions.

Customised software application will work with you Zero install - all PCs have a browser
Customised software application will work with you Reduce business costs - less time spent talking to customers over the phone; eliminate printed materials; allow users to update their own details.
Customised software application will work with you Centralised data is secure and easy to backup.
Customised software application will work with you Quick and easy updates.
Customised software application will work with you Reach anybody, anywhere in the world.
Customised software application will work with you Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Customised software application will work with you Low spec PCs or smart phones can be used.
Customised software application will work with you Online training can be completed at user's own time and pace.
Customised software application will work with you Direct access to latest information - for Employees where every they are located.
Customised software application will work with you Always up-to-date.

Disadvantages of Web Applications

- Slower, as run over the internet

- Internet not always 100% available

- Interfaces often not as sophisticated

- Can take longer to develop as they are more complex

- Have to support different browsers, and different versions

- Security risks

Software as a Service - SaaS

With SaaS, customers pay to use software via the web as a service on demand, by paying a subscription rather than outright purchase. Software is usually licensed by number of users and/or levels of features.

The SaaS model allows developers and vendors to keep control the hosting and operation of the software. Customers do not have to worry about hardware/software compatibility and support to run an application. Eliminating a major overhead in large corporate environments.

Developing Web Applications

Paul Stanley Software has developed bespoke web applications for UK clients since 1998.

I possess the comprehensive programming experience that pure design web companies lack.

I have developed complex commercial applications which have run very reliably and successfully for over 5 years.

When sites must look great I work with partner design companies.

I have an in-depth knowledge of web technologies: ASP, ASP.Net, Javascript, HTML & CSS, PHP and databases: SQL Server, Access and MySQL.

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