Web Content Optimisation

No one likes to wait. Today, everyone expects instantaneous response from websites and applications, and the longer they take to deliver the more likely users will drop off and go elsewhere. This translates to lost revenue, less awareness, reduced collaboration, and decreased productivity. Enterprises rely on the performance of their web portals, applications, and home pages to drive real business results, and they’ll commit huge amounts of time, money, and effort to improve performance. Often those attempts are of limited value, with capacity investments marginally improving browser speed for end users. Even dedicating more application developer time to address the performance pitfalls may be ineffective, and comes with the high opportunity cost, such as building new business capabilities and refreshing content.

Initiatives like IT consolidation and cloud computing further exacerbate the performance problem. They often result in servers moved farther away from those who use them, and that distance is directly correlated with delay. In addition, the IT organization may only have control over one end of the system, with external customers and partners, and remote sites beyond its reach. How can they most effectively improve response times and eliminate bottlenecks, of which about 80 percent are actually dependent on the browser, not the servers and private network? A new class of technology is emerging to solve exactly these issues – web content optimization (WCO).

Check out the benefits that you get:-

  • Improve Web performance across intranet and internet-facing applications.
  • Faster SharePoint response times for more productivity and collaboration.
  • Reduce overhead and avoid cost for alternative approaches.
  • Support for mobile browsers on Android, iOS, Blackberry and Windows mobile.
  • Improve user satisfaction and reduce help desk complaints.