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Show people around without leaving your chair We know that showing people around offices and houses is hard.  It takes time to arrange, wastes time for no shows and conversion rates are lower. Instead we have a better way.  Give your prospective clients a way to look around themselves but make sure you're on hand to answer questions or even take them on a tour. Our 360 virtu ...

Ever wished you could clone yourself?

Ever wished you could clone yourself? Or get some clarity and structure over your work?

For many people, business feels chaotic, unfocused and disorganised... and finding the time to work on the important projects seems almost impossible.


Sound familiar?

Think back to the last time you were deep in the zone—time flew by and the work flowed through you almost effortlessly. That’s how work should be.

Instead, information is scattered and responsibilities are vague. We try to cut through the chaos with endless meetings and micromanagement, but we just end up with less time and more stress.

For some strange reason, this seems to have become accepted as a normal part of life. It's as if we've somehow come to view chaos as a necessary cost of doing business. But it doesn't have to be that way.

Why Integrations are still hard in 2019

We were promised personalised medicines, jet packs and flying cars by now..  why is integration still difficult?

What's "Integration"?

In short, it's connecting two systems or data sets together.  This could be as mundane as ensuring that an app has access to your employee lists all the way to merging companies and ensuring that information is shared effectively across all of their systems.

For app/websites/platforms we're typically connecting data to the platform via APIs or data access and/or connecting multiple systems so the approach is seamless.

For data / BI / Big Data projects are largely about ensuring that the right data, at the right granularity and the right time period are viewable and usable.

2019 - Moving Forwards - Retail

Introduction Retail is in turmoil. Online sales are increasing but at lower margins and higher cost demands. Offline sales are decreasing at dramatically lower / pencil-thin margins and footfall is slowing. Retailers are failing and (brexit induced) lack of UK investment is preventing a number of them from being saved and revitalised. There is no magic answer but retailers ...

2019 - Moving Forwards - Voice Technology

Introduction So far we've seen two major ways that we interact with computers.  Firstly we had TUI (Text [based] User Interface) where a user needed to understand the computer's requests and responses.  These were clunky to use in all but the most textually based applications (for example categorising items or adding products etc) and were of little use with graphical assets ...

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Code Wizards worked with us a number of initiatives including enhancing our Giving Voucher proposition and fleshing out our Giving Street concept. They provide a good blend of both business and technology expertise. We are grateful for their contribution to TheGivingMachine allowing us to improve our services and enhance our social impact

Richard Morris, Founder and CEO TheGivingMachine

Code Wizards are a pleasure to work with.

We've challenged their team to integrate our cutting edge AI, AR and VR solutions and always come up trumps.

I love their approach and help on strategy.

Richard Corps, Serial Entrepreneur and Augmented Reality Expert

Working In Partnership

We're up for (almost) anything.

Our partner network is continuing to grow with like-minded companies that can add value to our mutual client offering. If you would like to learn more about how we can grow together get in touch.