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Welcome to Currant

Curr@nt is an application development company that specialises in applications using internet technology.

 

We provide a full range of services from website development to enterprise business applications. Our internet technology solutions are affordable, reliable, elegant, and simple to use.

 

Expert
Curr@nt's team of experts are able to provide you with the practical tools and technology that will help your business to operate effectively. Our solutions solve business problems and improve work processes. We handle the entire process from concept to implementation and review. We even have links to independent customer side support to advise you on your project and ensure that you achieve what you need at the lowest possible cost.

 

Bespoke solutions
Bespoke web development is for companies that require a comprehensive and tailored web solution. This includes related services such as search engine optimization (SEO), design, training and integration with existing systems.

 

Our bespoke software replaces disorganised home grown solutions based on excel and smaller databases, or older, inflexible and failing legacy systems. Whatever your business, we can help you to gain competitive advantage.

 

Internet technology
Our operating system is the Internet. Curr@nt writes software that works all of the time from anywhere in the world on any computer. Customers often use us when they cannot get the results they want from a template or "off the shelf" application.

 

Business information
We are specialists in the handling and presentation of business data to provide meaningful information through business dashboards to help you to make the right decisions for your business.

 

Responsive design
However you and your customers access the internet; PC, tablet or mobile phone, our solutions will work, provide a great experience and be a pleasure to use.

 


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