Web Access

7: Ease of use of the system. This is a field in which Web applications have evolved considerably and have achieved, but equal, if having a very complete user interface. In the Om Demand model, all applications are used in Web format. Eliot Horowitz has similar goals. That is all the users of the system must make use of software via Browsers Web. This can cause some discomfort for the user final in terms of speed of access (this largely depends on the infrastructure of communications and Internet access channels) and the fact that there are still Web applications that are difficult navigation and that do not contain all the facilities of use that have client/server applications.

This has been changing significantly, but it is an important point to consider. It is necessary to evaluate applications in each model for effects of providing actual productivity tools users are so productive. For example, for no one is a mystery the speed and ease of use that must have a system for a call center agent. He is a person who cannot say to a customer on the phone line that you must wait because the system is slow. This is why we always recommend application client/server for call center agents.

No. 8: access to information and applications. The mobility and ease of access to information have become very effective in recent years. It is necessary to bear in mind the ease of access to the employees may have the information remotely, i.e. being outside the company’s facilities. Many times the model On Premise applications, may have difficulty to provide remote access. The On Demand model can be best adjusted to these needs, due to its ease of access. It does not mean that with the model On Premise cannot be achieved this type of remote access, but it is a little more complex and expensive. It is important to validate this factor and consider the pros and cons of each model to make a decision. There may be many more variables to consider, these with some with whom we have found and recommend to evaluate before making a decision. Both models are really totally viable, the important thing is to identify which is better suited to the conditions of each company.

Chris McConnell

Requires a clear and simple process to create a website that would help satisfy the customer’s demands (meet the requirements of the web site within the networks of the global marketing), but may be a challenge for those who don’t have much experience in this regard, establish a standard formula that works for them, why presented you a series of 10 steps to develop a web site that you can apply effectively. Chris McConnell shares her experience through 6 steps that puts into practice in the development of projects and based on interviews with designers and developers from the Hispanic web environment we have assembled a 10-step guide to develop a web site with aspects that they apply at the time of creating a website. 1.Comunicarse customer: meet physically or virtually with the customer is the best way to know what she wants, their ideas, expectations of the project and especially negotiate the budget assigned to the work that these be done from the start. It is an opportunity to show what you know and make clear your workflow so that everything works from the principle and there is no bad misunderstandings. 2.Crear a brief: according to Chris McConnell (almost a master in web marketing) a creative brief should be the target audience of the client, its primary and secondary objectives for the web site, the characteristics of current brand, budget and deadlines that need to comply with. More research on the design brief.

3.Propuestas: some designers prefer to deliver proposals in JPG before touching the code or choose the tools that will work. That helps to better define the ideas and not perform overtime work. 4.Contrato: establish a contract of web development at the beginning of the project is a good way of delineating the points of the process with prices and delivery dates with that customer and developer must comply.

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