If you have been around for a while or read the history about transmission of information and the ease in performing business operations you will notice that there have been lots of innovations. Needless to say that how we send and receive information, carryout business operations have changed for better.
The internet is such a mighty tool and it has given birth to several other tools that makes technology and relay of information even better and easier. One of such cannot-do-without is the World Wide Web. The uses of websites are almost innumerable but if you would like me to mention my most fascinating ones, I will talk about the part that has to do with business. From creating a better and stronger brand, effective marking, to creating avenues between producers and consumers to complete transactions websites comes into play. Lots of businesses are already tapping into these tools, such companies as serinnent (a business development and digital marketing firm) is actively using their website as a contact point to meet aspiring entrepreneurs.
Neither the internet nor web development started in Nigeria but Nigeria has been a good and fast follower of the both of them. Every serious institution, NGO or business runs a website today. Their aims in running a website mostly have to do with providing the public with information concerning them, their activities or resources to assist the users to get a particular thing done. Websites are becoming the tool that business owners heavily rely on. Most service-providing companies need not be present in all physical locations to offer their services to people in different place. Using websites as an intermediary platform between the service provider and the user is an innovation that is highly embraced.
The wide uses and application of websites offer web developers massive opportunities. A professional website, of course needs a professional to write the codes that will power it. The web development industry in Nigeria is not yet fully exploited and this makes it a fertile ground to digital enthusiasts to plant in.
There are, of course, some drag-and-drop website applications that people can use but there is no business enterprise, NGO or institution that will go for such. Businesses (including NGOs) are constantly in direct or indirect competitions and they all require professional web development services to make a brilliant face of them. Especially for the purpose of finding new customers and subscribers they seek local SEO services and such cannot be effectively executed without a website.
Web development training is not hard to find especially in cities like Lagos and Abuja but the delivery is often poor – most of the trainer’s intents are not really on helping people develop the skills. Mubbytech, in line with helping aspiring web developers develop the skill that can turn them into professional web developers came up with the TED programme. The programme has already graduated the first set of web developers and it is accompanied with amazing testimonial.