One of our strengths at Ping! Development is custom software for industries heavy in compliance regulations. One of these industries if the Financial Industry (also sometimes known as Fintech). So, what is involved in developing custom software for the financial industry?
Automate forms across your entire enterprise. Forms, surveys, contracts and other documents can be completely automated, eliminating risks of human error and ensuring that your business doesn’t come to a standstill due to a broken paper trail. Automated forms is another way businesses are using technology to create a great customer experience, eliminate waste and generate operational efficiencies. That improves the top and bottom lines of the profit-and-loss statement, as well as creating customers who become raving fans.
It’s time to get paid. The bottom line of ecommerce is the top line to your business. Ecommerce is essentially the process of collecting payment, quickly, for your products and services. You want this process to be smooth and easy for your customers. In other words, you want a great ecommerce customer experience. Let’s take a look at the trends and best practices of a great ecommerce solution.
Compliance. That word strikes almost as much fear and discomfort as “taxes” does. But it’s just as important to the survival of your business. And, depending on your industry, your custom software may have as many compliance requirements as the business itself. So, let’s take a look at compliance, for both the business and your software, and how the two work together.
Build Loyalty Into Your Application
Here’s the thing. Businesses need to learn, grow, adapt, and do their best to see what’s coming at them. Your customers change. Your market changes. The way developers like Ping! Development build applications changes. As we look forward to new opportunities in 2019, we see that the year and the expected changes are not in a vacuum. They’ve been in the works for years. Keeping an eye on these trends is part of how we deliver a great solution for our clients. So, what do we see coming in 2019?
For the last few months, I've been pushing myself to be more active. Since moving last Fall, it's been harder to get out and do the fun activities I love because trails aren't as close and riding along the valley canals is boring. I've had different people try to push me to try different things, like CrossFit (or some kind of functional mobility exercise), but it wasn't the same to me. I love to engage my mind in everything and if the activity isn't stimulating for whatever reason, the motivation to keep doing it doesn't follow. How did I get around this?
Getting an ecommerce site up and running is anything but a small feat. There's products information, descriptions and photos, pricing considerations, not to mention the typical stuff you need for a Web site (policies, company profile, awesome landing page). It's easy to get caught up in the excitement of launching and forget to plan for the things that come after.