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We love all things digital.
We love them for themselves, but more importantly, we love them for the benefits they bring to business.

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We could neither have started our business or have it continue with its success without your input both from a technology and business advice perspective.
We cannot thank you enough for contributing to our success.

David Phillips Autoblend

T4T have been central in helping us launch our new business- building a sleek and modern website without compromising on functionality and information for our customers. Not only do they deliver quality technical advice and web technology but their expertise in launching a business online with tips and tricks for web novices and experts alike is invaluable to e-commerce success. We would highly recommend Technology for Turnover

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Will the QR Code ever be accepted?

These powerful Quick Response (QR) codes are failing to be utilised correctly and so are frustrating users and providing minimal ROI for business. I still see very little uptake in their appropriate use by organisations. This, in turn, leads to a poor user experience and a resultant downward trend in scans. Perhaps with Apple deciding […]

Is Facebook taking on WordPress?

WordPress the blogging platform that turned itself into the worlds favourite Content Management System (CMS) may be under attack from Facebook for its original blogging crown. WordPress accounts for circa 19% [69m] of all websites built. 69% of those using WordPress are using it as a fully-fledged CMS Is it becoming eclipsed by Facebook, the social […]

We can all accept credit cards now

I’ve had this personal thing going on for years. Why, I thought, should a retailer pay to accept credit cards? Surely the credit card companies should be paying the retailer! – Huge cash-flow in their interest earning accounts; unsettled balance earnings from the end customer and they want to charge the poor old retailer as […]

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