Web App and SaaS Development

We focus on internal web apps, the web applications that live behind the scenes (often on an intranet). Teams rely on these systems around the clock to perform their job. We understand the need for shallow learning curves, high availability and optimisation.

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We specialise in bespoke web development and tailored web apps1 (SaaS), providing the real tools that a business demands. The tools we build allow businesses to improve and streamline processes, increase efficiency, staff productivity and customer satisfaction. When all those areas are taken care of, the business has a way of naturally improving, increasing both sales and profits. A new tool can help a business to automate data processing, centralise collaborative access to materials, or improve customer support and relations.

Some web apps come as cloud-based services (SaaS, or software as a service) and can be integrated into a business with ease. Sometimes these products are either overkill, missing features, unspecific or outdated. That’s where a bespoke solution is required, designed to meet the specific needs of the business, the customers, or the management team. However, we will recommend existing solutions on the market if there is a good fit, or build around existing services.

We can build you a solution that will:

We take pride in the quality of the work we produce, ensuring each client is 100% satisfied with the service provided and the products delivered.

Things we can do:

All the work we produce comes with an aftercare package, which includes staff training, critical fixes and corrections, and a post-deployment health check.

Let’s see what Crafted Syntax can do for your business.

  1. A web app is a web-based (accessed through the web browser, e.g. Internet Explorer) application (a piece, or pieces of software) than can be viewed and used on both computers and mobile devices. A website traditionally functions as a sales tool, allowing companies to have a web presence, facilitate online purchases and attract customers. A web app has a specific function, such as managing customer relations. A web app is almost always a tool, allowing users to do something specific. CRMs (customer relationship management tools), help desks, knowledge bases and appointment bookings are all examples of web apps. 

  2. We can make changes to existing apps providing that it’s built using a stack we’re familiar with. This includes but isn’t limited to: HTML, PHP (and frameworks), JavaScript (including jQuery and other frameworks), CSS, SASS, SQL and more.