Content management systems have changed the way we manage websites and their content. Our markets have become dynamic, our business units have become dynamic, and so have our websites. Static websites with fixed content are matter of past. Today website owners want to be able to change and update content as and when needed.
Radix has developed a solution that caters to the needs of travel and hospitality industry. We have developed this solution after acquiring an in-depth understanding of the industry structure and its requirements.
The solution has a user friendly web interface for pleasant user experience. It gathers data via XML source from different suppliers and generates a unified local database. The solution can also support affiliate networks. These networks provide data and use data from our solution. We can customize this solution according to your requirements.
Radixweb, an India based IT outsourcing company, has launched a new website to promote its Microsoft technology and business solution services. Since Radix is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, the website promotes all the Microsoft related services and can be accessed via http://simplified-it-outsourcing.com.
Microsoft is one of the most popular names in the information technology world. The computing giant has a long list of enterprise solution suites, development frameworks, and content management systems to its credit. And given Microsoft’s reputation, there certainly is a growing demand for these solutions and services.
QR codes are everywhere! You see them on marketing collaterals, social network profiles, business cards – everywhere. In a very short span of time they have become immensely popular marketing tool. So much so that it’s hard to believe now that QR codes had completely different role to play in the beginning.
QR codes, initially known as Quick Response codes, were invented by Toyota’s subsidiary enterprise named Denso-Wave in 1994. The company planned to use QR codes to track automotive parts. Soon QR codes found their way into commercial tracking, logistics, and inventory control. And the latest for QR codes is marketing and advertising. Today QR codes do more than just keep track of things. They also help add to the business operations.
Five years back, smartphones and iPhones were a luxury limited to business hotshots and swanky entrepreneurs. But not anymore! Today, smartphones are being used by even the common man. And mind you it’s not just the talking and texting that today’s common man is doing with smartphones. He is accessing internet through it – popularly called the mobile web.