technology-driven society, businesses that neglect to own an
effective web-presence are quickly becoming an endangered species.
Their chief predators: doubt, hesitation, and reluctance to invest
in the web. The global economic and social environment has become so
intertwined with the Internet that it's difficult for most to
imagine business, or everyday life for that matter, without it. For
many companies, a successful Internet strategy is vital to their
daily operation. For others, what was once thought a simple
convention, a virtual business card of sorts, has led their
prosperity to new heights. The sheer speed, scalability and raw
efficiency of the Internet has empowered businesses of any nature to
drastically reduce the cost of operation, while boosting profits
well beyond expectations.
We admit that the web is not a sure-fire ticket to success, as no
amount of funding, design expertise and technical knowledge can
market a fundamentally bad idea. What our technology provides is a
catalyst for intuitive and innovative businesses, or rather, the
most effective way for good ideas to both save and make money.
Take for example, Cisco Systems, one of the world's largest Internet
hardware manufacturers. Since the launch of their on-line store,
they've enjoyed a gross of over $6,000,000.00 daily via the web.
Through reducing the delay, error margin, clutter of paperwork and
"snail-mail", they deliver products faster and more effectively to a
global clientele, cutting costs upwards of $500,000,000.00 annually.
The entrance to their store can be found in any internet-ready home
or office, and their doors never close.
Many weigh the risk of investing in the web and determine that it's
a chance their company cannot afford. But where the climate has
evolved to outdate traditional means of doing business, not
investing has become the primary threat to successful commerce.