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Agincourt

Agincourt are specialists in web and mobile development. By following an iterative, agile development process, we ensure you’re satisfied with the results as we bring your website or application to life. We also build native mobile applications for devices such as the iPhone.

Location

Grantham, United Kingdom

Number of Employees

2-10

Services

  • Web/Visual/Interface Design
  • API Integration/Development
  • Training/Coaching/Mentoring
  • Code Review/Audits
  • User Experience/Usability
  • Search Engine Marketing/Optimization
  • Mobile/iPhone Development

Portfolio

Bidcare

Bid Care helps you find personalised help, equipment, businesses, charities and training. Providing solutions for home care.

Project completed in 2011
Hills Poly-Print Ltd

Hills Poly-Print, Grantham, approached us when they were looking to update their management information system (MIS). The old system was an Access Database, shared between multiple computers. It was struggling to cope with the quantity of data and much of the data entry process was left to be performed in batches due to the severely lacking performance.

Agincourt’s solution was to put together a brand new web application that would allow the load to be taken away from the individual computers and placed on a scalable virtual private server environment, allowing for the database and resources to scale alongside the business’s throughput.

The application was built with the staff at Hills having access at all times, this allowed them to put the system through it’s paces and ensure everything works as they had envisioned.

An iPhone-specific web application was developed to make it easy to access the system from remote locations, and improve the ease of which stock management can take place – no need to carry around sheets of paper – just tap away on the iPhone and adjust the stock levels on the fly!

Project completed in 2010
Bidding Farmer

Bidding Farmer is a bespoke auction site that makes it easy and affordable to buy or sell farming goods.

Project completed in 2010