Database and e-commerce websites
A website is important for any business, but the demand to have an efficient, data driven or functional website is very strong. More and more website visitors are wishing to access specific information and make bookings and purchases online.
For example, you may wish to conduct online bookings for your hotel, have a virtual guide to your tourist/business spot, or sell local produce of crafts / food, or need to give your potential customers access to a range of product information based upon their specific search requirements or have a membership system for your organisation.
There are many trading advantages to having an e-commerce website. Not only is your online store visible and open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, but you can benefit from reduced costs through saving on printed materials, order forms and costly sales procedures as well as having access directly to your customers for specific marketing campaigns.
The ZyNet team includes very experienced technical developers who can program any database, bookings, membership, e-commerce or any other application into your website.
Gardens and More
Gardens and More wanted an online shop so that they could sell their specialist products to a wider audience than they would otherwise do from a retail shop. Trading online, they needed a very easy site for customers to navigate plus a very secure payment system.
The savings they have made from not having a shop have enabled them to focus on providing a quality service and distribution to their customers.
Rotary District 1170
Rotary District 1170 needed an automated membership system so that Members and Clubs could maintain their own data for the production of Club and District handbooks, contact lists, event registration lists and mailing labels. Members are able to access the system via a secure passworded page to search the membership database to extract lists of members or officers by various categories and then print the required document.
The handbooks and lists are always up to date from the current data, whereas previous printed documents were soon outdated when any change was made to the membership data.