Powder Blue provide a wide range of internet business solutions to companies throughout the UK and Europe. Whether you're looking for a single page advert or a large-scale web-based business solution, Powder Blue have the skills and experience to help you.
* Bespoke web-based application development
* Database-driven sites and content management systems
* Site design and build - from development of the initial concept through to arranging web hosting
* E-commerce development
* Flash animation and scripting for the production of dynamic content, user interfaces and fully animated websites
Powder Blue predominantly uses open source software and was one of the first UK companies producing L-A-M-P (Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP) commercial web applications. We also have in house expertise in SOAP, Flash, ASP, JSP and more; giving our clients a full range of options in terms of software delivery. Our philosophy towards technology is to be 'leading edge' not 'bleeding edge' and we invest a significant percentage of our annual revenue on hardware and software upgrades to ensure that performance levels are sustained and improved for new and existing clients.
Our expertise is also not limited to just PC hardware either. We've designed and built webcams for the likes of Vodafone and Merinet.Com - including several heavy-duty, environmentally-protected units for outdoor use in the Alps!
By combining the power of the L-A-M-P architecture and the wide-ranging skills of our programming team, Powder Blue are able to push the limits of what your website can do for you business. Whatever your requirements we can help you create an internet presence which will have long-term value for your business.
Powder Blue offers a range of bespoke products from simple websites to complex reservations systems and tools. We are on hand to talk you through our products and we can produce bespoke quotes for all. Please do not hesitate to get in touch my phone or email and speak to our experienced technical team.
- Web Designer
- Unit 3 Bridgetts Farm Offices, Bridgetts Lane