Save your money – You don’t need a branded smartphone app

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I’ve been getting a lot of questions related to backflow business presence online & what backflow companies can do to increase their online presence – This week & the next few will be centered on getting the most bang for your dollar with the internet.


 

Reaching your customers & potential customers is always on your mind – if it isn’t it should be. Your customers are what keeps you around – retaining the ones you’ve made happy and finding new ...

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A/B Testing and how it makes Syncta better

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I’ve previously mentioned I grew up testing backflow devices. Syncta is here today because I was disappointed with the options on the market for test management software.

It probably comes as no surprise that the general application workflow is based on my idea of what a perfect day of backflow testing looks like.

But just because it’s the way that I like it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s right for everyone. I’m not nearly [smug enough] to believe that my way is the right way. ...

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Backups – You never think about them until it’s too late

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I was walking through Syncta with one of our customers yesterday and the conversation turned to the software they used previously.

‘We can automatically import that in to Syncta for you – that should save you a lot of typing’

‘Wow, that would be great! But I lost the files…’

I’ve heard this before. I never quite know how to respond to it – it usually ranks somewhere between, ‘bleh’ and ‘I’m sorry for your loss.’ Okay, that might be over swinging a little but it’s ...

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Automated Testing – How we (hopefully) only make mistakes once

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Despite our best efforts we make mistakes – it’s human nature. Our customers count on us to fix those mistakes quickly. Automated testing is one of the cornerstones in our software development lifecycle that ensure that when we make a mistake we only make it once.

Types of application testing & why you should care

There are generally two types of testing methodologies in software – ‘automated testing’ and well, uh, not-automated testing, call it regular or manual testing.

Manual testing is when someone who ...

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