A customer portal for multiple audiences
How to make your (web) applications user-friendly for all users?
It is quite a job to make a (web) application for one target group, but what if you have two? Or three? That is certainly not easy, but it is becoming increasingly common in the new practice of the platform economy. One standard interface for both groups then has the opposite effect, although that is of course the easiest technically. A strong solution for this is the use of UX design to map out the needs of the different target groups. You test your new portal or platform with end users during the design phase, after which you can immediately process the results.
At LINKIT we have experience with processes that are both technically and substantively complex. We can not only help you map out the needs and behavior of your future users, but we can also process this directly in the functionalities of your application, portal or platform. You can read how this works in practice in the case below.
Super-fast modular configuration with no margin for error
Twenty times as many calculations in the same amount of time
With an application for ModuleMakers, a corporate start-up that emerged from tech giant Croonwolter&dros, LINKIT captured a complex engineering and calculation process in one handy program with the help of the OutSystems platform