The first in a series of free seminars will look at how mobile and web apps can improve business

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Tyneside App Firm To Host Free Seminars For Region’s Businesses

One of the shining lights in the North East tech landscape is to host a series of free seminars for businesses interested in transforming their digital presence using apps.

Gospelware, who were recently included in the region’s top 50 tech list, will launch their new offering on 31st March with the ‘Concept to Transformation’ event as part of their commitment to driving the “Digital Revolution” in the North East.

The business, which recently relocated to Newcastle City Centre, has also launched its new ‘Concept, Create and & Transform’ marketing and sales strategy which is set to place the expanding firm at the forefront of independent app development.

Speaking ahead of the March 31st seminar, Gospelware’s Managing Director, Ryan Davies, said: “We are within a region of businesses who are looking to become more digital, as we believe every business will be a digital business in the future.

“I think the part we and other businesses similar to ours play is to educate, nurture, support, and provide a service that helps people understand the industry and what app technologies and software can do for transforming their businesses, as well as us actually designing and building the apps themselves.

“SMEs don’t have tech departments or advisors necessarily and so our service becomes particularly relevant in supporting them on technical choices and new avenues with digital solutions.

“We believe these seminars will be a good thing to better connect our knowledge with people looking to use digital, but who are unsure of where to start.”

The first in a series of free seminars will look at how mobile and web apps can improve business processes. Gospelware will use case studies to drive their message and will create an interactive experience for the attendees who will be given the chance to ask questions and receive insider answers from a pioneering member of the region’s digital company.

Gospelware will look to bridge the gap between app technology as a concept and a fully functional working tool. Meanwhile, Gospelware has confirmed it will soon launch a new website to tie in with its new marketing drive.

Ryan Davies adds: “We’ve grown quickly in a short amount of time so our process was in need of refining. What we specialise in is the design and build of apps for mobile and web, and what we do is solve problems and transform businesses.

“We’ve always been a company who spends time understanding our clients, their business, their ideas, and we help and advise them in discovering digital solutions. A lot of what we do is a consultative process. We want to make sure that people receive the kind of app product they want, that fits what they want to achieve, and ultimately is sustainable.

“The aim is for there to be clarity in the offering of our service so we can better explain and provide them, and so we have refined our process, and broken it down into 3 elements; Concept, Create, and Transform.”

Concept to Transformation: How mobile + web apps can improve business processes’ seminar will take place at Gospelware’s Head Office in Newcastle on Friday 31st March Breakfast seminar from 8:30 am – 10:00 am.

Businesses who want to attend should contact or signup using via link:

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Jane Crosby .

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