Web Consultancy

The Challenge

With the rapid advancement of technology, and the wide range of approaches available to establishing or updating an online web presence, it can be hard to know where to turn, what technical approach to take, what strategies to employ. If you or your company need experienced and knowledgeable advice and help on issues such as this, CyberThinc can most definitely help, and help in a way that will not leave you struggling to understand advanced tech-speak too, but clear and understandable web consultancy.


The Solution

We can provide web consultancy that includes formulating appropriate strategies aligned with your business goals, to consult on website planning and architecture, to offer services for you for the development and deployment of a website, as well as providing web consultancy for online marketing plans and appropriate search engine optimisation strategies, and the more bespoke specialised online reputation management consultancy.

Coupled with our experience in strategic foresight, we can provide advice that will offer you more “future proofing” than regular web consultancy, since we have extremely good data on technology trends which enable us to stay on top of the latest developments, and ensure your website can take advantage of new developments as they come along.


The CyberThinc Web Consultancy Experience

The CyberThinc team have website experience dating back to 1993 (pre Netscape and pre Internet Explorer Web Browser days), when the world wide web consisted of but a few hundred web pages. Consequently, the development experience within the company is considerable, and clients can be assured that they are getting the services of some of the most experienced website experts around quite literally, since there are so few people with 20 years experience of web technologies.


The CyberThinc Web Consultancy Technical Knowledge

From a technical perspective, we’ve been involved consulting, advising on, developing and managing websites from the days of basic HTML, through CSS, XHTML, XML to HTML 5, with large database backends using Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL as well as the initial release of Java, JavaScript, Active Server Pages, Cold Fusion, through to today’s comprehensive AJAX libraries, and technologies such as Node.js, NoSQL databases and the JSON format. We’ve seen technologies like VRML and WAP come and go, the fall after the dot com bubble burst, and the rise of what is now known as Web 2.0, Wikis, and open source Content Management Systems like WordPress, Drupal and Joomla.