#30DayBlog – Day 10 – Software Development, it’s what we do.

Some of what we do

Whenever you go to a networking event you always get asked ‘What do you do?’. Some you have to get up and do a 30-60 elevator pitch, at others you just mingle with other attendees and have conversations about your businesses and other aspects of your lives. This is all part of building the relationship and trust with these people.

But what do we do?

Here at Convallis Software we are primarily a software development company. We help businesses become more efficient through the effective use of IT. We specialise in online and offline custom database solutions, tailoring software to the customer needs. These sorts of projects can be time-consuming and expensive, but think about the investment in terms that no-one else will have the same software as you, and you are using something that will help your business become more efficient, effectively saving you money and increasing profit in the long term.

Other aspects of the business include IT Consultancy, advising customers and helping them find a solution to their issues. We also offer our own CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software, ConvallisCRM, which provides contact management, products and sales automation features plus much more. This is used quite often as a basis for custom software development as it can help keep down the price of a tailored solution for a customer.

The final things that we offer are various web solutions including affordable website packages, including e-commerce and also custom web development. We help design, set up and host your website and then there is an easy to use content managed system to allow you to update your website whenever you want to at no extra cost.

I hope that this gives you an idea of what we do, and if you want to find out more why not take a look at our website for a more comprehensive view.

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