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3CX Cloud Phone System
3CX Cloud Phone System is designed to grow with your business, allowing for easy expansion without the need for significant infrastructure investments. It seamlessly integrates with a range of devices including smartphones, tablets, and desktops, providing a flexible solution that meets the needs of a modern workforce. Automation and AI provide enhanced functionality.
Microsoft 365 is a premium suite of business applications, that evolved from the original Microsoft Office product line. It has a huge range of features to choose from and its ability to handle both cloud and desktop work environments effectively. Likewise, its specialised enterprise pricing structure suits larger businesses with big in-house teams. Alberon is a registered Microsoft Partner.
Google Workspace is a suite of cloud-based business applications. It focuses on simplicity, ease of use, and collaboration, best suited towards smaller businesses looking for a streamlined approach. Alberon is a registered Google Partner.
Website Design, Development & Hosting
Alberon provides trusted and experienced website design & hosting. Our team of developers and consultants facilitate integration between internal business systems and external websites, helping to develop businesses with greater capability and customer-centric functionality.
Alberon’s developers create custom software solutions to cater for your specific business needs. Utilising Open APIs, Alberon can link custom applications and off-the-shelf products creating a completely integrated digital infrastructure.
Each of these products can be integrated to provide a custom solution depending on the needs of an organisation. Using APIs and out-of-the-box connectivity we can create a collaborative network for seamless data sharing and communication, boosting productivity and simplifying processes.
Additional products and functionality can also be added from solutions provided by Target Integration/Alberon including:
- Compliance & Risk Management.
We will also be able to offer Remote Desktop Support to provide extra assistance with troubleshooting and maintenance.
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A content management system (CMS) is a framework that developers use to build a website, but it is also what you use to manage and update content on your website. You can add content, new images and even create new pages, and you don’t need any technical skills to do it. You simply make your changes via an easy to use admin panel. You can easily update your website, rather than asking your development company every time, which could prove costly.
A sitemap outlines all the proposed pages on your new website and how they are connected. Having an overview of the entire website allows you to see how easy services are to find – perhaps they need to be in the top menu or top fold of the home page, for example. Sitemaps help identify, sort and prioritise website content and key messages and help to map out user journeys – for example, monitoring the number of clicks it takes to reach information.
Code reviews are a manual and systematic approach to checking code for any mistakes and ensuring that the website is secure. Errors are not always coding typos, but can be inconsistencies that can lead to security risks.
A user journey is a route a web user takes to reach their goal when using a website. Some believe a well-designed user journey will enable users to achieve their goal in no more than three clicks. But, the focus is about how clear the visitor journey is – how easy is it for them to get from the landing page to the information they need? The easier the journey, the more likely they are to return and leave with a positive experience.
Agile is a way of managing software development projects work through regular communication and collaboration. Unlike the traditional waterfall method, instead of breaking the project down into phases, an agile project is broken down into business requirements. The project then consists of several iterations, and in each iteration a small number of business requirements are tackled.