We create bespoke software solutions for clients in the software, process automation and optimization industries. From engineering specialty software and improving performance to creating scalable systems that deliver long-term value, we build products that help our clients thrive in highly competitive markets.
Our passion for problem solving and innovation is in every project we engage in, and we are committed to building a long-term relationship that brings value to your business. Whether y...
If you use WordPress, you’ve probably heard rumblings about the new Gutenberg plugin and how it’s set to change publishing on the platform. Whether you’re an early adopter or putting it off, one thing is for sure: Gutenberg + WordPress represents a major shift in how content is created and edited on the world’s most popular CMS.
Thirty-five years in, Jim Cuddy is still fascinated by music and the human experience.
“I thought when I was 30 years old that this was a young person’s game,” says the decorated Canadian singer-songwriter. “But...I’m still as fascinated by music as I ever was. I enjoy the mechanics of writing a song. I enjoy looking at the mechanics of somebody else’s songs. It’s exercising an enjoyable, acquired skill.”
Is your car trying to tell you something?
Whether you’re a new or seasoned driver, you’ve seen them - those amber and red-coloured warning lights on your car’s dashboard that tell you something is up and that you need to take action or visit a mechanic.
It’s important to know what the symbols you’re looking at mean because driving while they’re on could cause serious damage to your vehicle, not to mention drive up the cost of your repair bill.
You’re an owner of a manufacturing-based business who understands the power of online marketing. You see your competitors investing in their websites, and you know you should, too. You decide to tackle writing your own copy and soon find yourself wondering, Am I doing this right?
TIW Steel Platework is Canada's premier tank builder. A leader in steel tank fabrication, field erection and maintenance, they specialize in the design, engineering, fabrication,
The company needed a new site that highlighted their history and success in the industry, as well as introduced their staff and stressed their commitment to quality, integrity and safety. I conducted in-depth interviews with staff, researched competitors, and spent time onsite touring the company's facilities to create content to engage prospective customers.
The kids are off school and it’s time for some summer fun! Whether you head across the border for a day or stick closer to home, you don’t have to venture far to keep the kids entertained and create memories to last a lifetime.
Save $25 when you purchase four tickets to these select family friendly attractions in July, on top of the fantastic discounts you already receive as a CAA Member. Don’t miss out on taking advantage of these fun offers - buy early, and mix and match to make the perfect...
As busy entrepreneurs, we’re always focused on how we can improve our customer service so our best clients become loyal advocates. But what about when we need to outsource a project? What qualities should we look for in a good, reliable vendor, and how do we build a solid relationship? And how can we make sure we’re treating our clients right? That’s why we’re bringing you a two-part series all about the Two Sides of the Customer Service Coin. In this post, we’ll give you some tips on how to ...
Buying your first home is an exciting experience with lots of decisions to be made, but there are some costly (and common) mistakes you can avoid by knowing what to expect, doing your research and consulting qualified professionals from across Niagara.
There are critical steps to follow and actions you should take during the home buying process to protect yourself and your investment, and missing just a couple can mean wasting time or money during a time when both will be in short supply.
Sometimes we need to push ourselves out of our comfort zones. Now, you might think traveling an hour across the border to attend a weekend tech conference is pretty normal stuff…sadly, not for me!
That’s exactly what I did a couple of weeks back when I booked a hotel room on a whim, wrangled a ride, and found myself at SUNY Brockport on a chilly Saturday in mid-November for WordCamp Rochester 2017.
Am I ever glad I did, because I met a bunch of cool new, crazy-smart people, and reconnected wi...
Acknowledging what we don’t know, finding opportunities to learn from one another and placing a high value on training and mentorship are just three takeaways from Liz Palmieri’s interview with Women in Niagara’s Ruth Unrau at the organization’s recent WINspirational Women event.
A blog about Niagara's Social Enterprise forum.
This year’s GWEn Conference roster is full of instantly recognizable names of women entrepreneurs. As these ladies have built their companies in Niagara and beyond, they’ve found success in brand development, marketing, community engagement and social media. We’re excited to learn from them and go “Beyond the Brand” for a day of education, inspiration and connection.
A group of us from Cowork Niagara joined co-operative leaders from across Ontario in Milton recently for the 2015 On Co-op Conference and Celebration. The theme for this year’s conference was Capturing Opportunities for Collaboration Among Co-operatives. Here are a few takeaways from the day: