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Moving Applications From The Desktop To The Web

In a brave new era in which we’re all supposed to be floating somewhere in the cloud with our applications floating around us, it’s easy to forget there are still plenty of Windows and other desktop applications out there, doing the job they’ve been built to do.

The companies and developers that built those Windows applications can see there is a growing demand for web applications. Knowing of our expertise in both website and .Net solutions development, they have been approaching Webstruxure to help them port their Windows applications across to the Web.

A recent example of our work in this area is our role in the creation of an online version of VI Assets, the flagship Windows product of one of our existing clients, Very Impressive Software.

VI Assets is a fast, simple and easy to use online application for recording and depreciating assets. It has two components: a public marketing site where potential users can find out about the product and sign up for it, and the online application itself. We developed the public website, and also helped VIS implement the look & feel of the application.

If you or a client of yours has a Windows application that isn’t getting the attention it deserves because it is not available online, please get in touch. We can give your application a whole new life on the Web.

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