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3950 Sorrento Valley blvd, suite 400
SAN DIEGO, CA 92121
Enterprise Web Services
Business-to-business web communication and application integration.
Connect your business essentials.
It’s convenient when all of your business applications live online, but what have you done to connect them? Our enterprise web services make it easy to design and develop eCommerce platforms and integrate necessary third-party applications to make things like financial data, employee payment, and other vital business functions interwoven.
Enterprise management made simple.
Enterprise web services involve collecting a group of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that specifically work for your business. They integrate server-side programming to automate your business’s management online, giving you the power to merge brick-and-mortar establishments with eCommerce storefronts, utilize time more efficiently, and create a seamless client experience. Through data modeling, caching, and multi-system mergers, you’ll find a connected enterprise experience is not a dream, but a reality.
What you can expect
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Create cross-platform compatibility, no matter a consumer’s operating system.
Aim for optimization through efficient updates and impressive upgrades.
Customize and personalize flexible communication to retain clients while attracting new ones.
Increase profits through effective web development and software that supports.
Industries We Serve
We provide creative and intelligent solutions for the following industries:
Frequenty Asked Questions
What are enterprise services?
Enterprise services are business applications with the ability to communicate with other third-party apps. Together, applications can be used to meet new requirements or enable new business processes.
What are APIs?
API stands for Application Programming Interface. They’re services and applications integrated into web builds that enhance how a site functions for customers, companies, and even operating systems. APIs can improve a site’s security, mobile functionality, transactional points, and upper-management features, ultimately impacting the quality of service your business provides.
What are the types of enterprise systems?
Enterprise systems are divided into three categories: Customer Relationship Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, and Supply Chain Management Systems.
What are Customer Relationship Management softwares?
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software takes available business information to create data-driven insight on your consumer base. It’s especially helpful for eCommerce platforms, collecting multi-point data through presales, sales, marketing, and more. Ultimately, CRM softwares can automate the customer-facing aspects of your brand.
What are Enterprise Resource Planning softwares?
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) softwares are used for a company’s cross-functional processes. By incorporating the multiple management platforms, businesses can eliminate inconsistencies and duplications in data, functionality, and operations. ERPs share and standardize data, and most notably categorizes multiple app data functions. You’ll often find ERPs designated for specific facets of commerce. ERPs may be for manufacturing (covering engineering, scheduling, and quality assurance), accounting (sales, profit margins, and ROIs), and human resources (employee information, payroll, benefits, and KPIs), among others.
What are Supply Chain Management Systems?
A supply chain is the people, tasks, equipment, resources, vendors, products that make up a streamlined process to manufacture and distribute goods. Every supply chain’s goal is to maximize efficiency to maximize profit, eliminating the slow or wasteful aspects of an item’s production. Supply Chain Management Systems coordinate production points from vendor to customer by offering functions that improve purchasing, inventory management, quality assurance, order fulfillment, and shipment.
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