What is Webcentric?
As business people, we're used to thinking of our business in terms of tangible structure and thinking of technology as an add on or support. We have an address, we need phones. We have a bank account, we need QuickBooks and a computer to manage that bank account. We call this a "Brick and Mortar" business model. Nothing can happen until the structure is built literally using Brick and Mortar or tangible materials.
In this way, the Webcentric point of view is backward. Brick and Mortar or tangible parts of your business are the last resort. As much as possible, we work to make your business as "Virtual" as possible.
What if your web site can manage your customer questions for you 24/7?
What if it handles orders automatically?
What if it tracks internal processes, employee participation in your business?
What if it tracks productivity and accountability through all aspects of your business?
Why stop with the web site?
- All of your sales
- all of your marketing
- All of your customer support
- All of your office infrastructure
- All of your payroll and timecards
... can be managed using custom tools built into your web site or using off the shelf 'SaaS" (Software as a Service) solutions (for example, QuickBooks online) and almost always at negligible cost or significant ROI (Return on Investment).
Simply put, Webcentric means to look at the "Efficiency" and "Effectiveness" of a technology solution before throwing people and man hours at a problem. Using the Webcentric approach when growing or stabilizing your infrastructure, you always put productivity first and as a result, always end up saving money.