It was the case not too long ago that the web was mostly about communicating information. As time went on, however, it became more about experiencing the world around us, whether it’s a corporate brand, or your grandchild’s first words. Through this evolution, modern web browsers have transitioned from content delivery systems to rich application development platforms.
What’s the difference between a web site and a web application? A web site is primarily about conveying information and helping your customers to experience your brand. It’s about marketing and funneling potential clients to purchasing your products. Web applications are about interacting. When you go to Gmail, you’re working with a web application. When you go to CNN.com, you’re working with a website. You don’t choose one over the other; your company likely needs elements of both. Your technology partner, however, should know the difference so they can partner with you to develop the right technology strategy.
Does your company have a desktop application? In all likelihood, your customers are increasingly demanding that you develop a web version of that application. We can help with that. Do you need to develop a robust solution that you can sell to your customers and you need that to be available on Mac, Windows and every mobile device both conceived and forthcoming? We can help with that too.
Olive Technology has a long history of developing both custom web applications, as well as modifying off-the-shelf solutions for a broad range of customers ranging from fortune 500s to small regional non-profit groups. Whatever your web and mobile-web application development needs are, we can help you take advantage of the latest technology standards to deliver your valuable products to your customers.