We created OpenOcean’s dream website:
- Reliable, easy to use, and fast to deploy and make changes.
- Fast loading and fast performance.
- Beautifully designed with clean and contemporary visuals.
- User-friendly, accessible, and informative.
- Reduce the reliance on hard code.
A flourishing website with modern, customer-centric, and marketing-forward features:
- An efficient and dynamic form system. Before web visitors submit their proposals and hand in their pitch decks, OpenOcean wants to ensure time well-spent for both sides. The form generates questions according to the answers that it was given. If the system finds that this is a highly-relevant prospect for the company, it will activate a form fill for the user to input their contact details.
- A responsive chatbox. Similar to the form system, the chatbox also provides web visitors with more insights and lets them know if OpenOcean is the right solution for them. The difference is the chat box is more targeted, going deeper into the state of funding of the prospective customers before offering to contact them personally.
- An up-to-date event calendar. OpenOcean is constantly on the lookout for fresh and talented startups with cutting-edge technology to join their portfolio. That’s why the company always has events lining up to spread brand awareness and gather more prospective customers. Hence, the need for a place where web visitors can find all the upcoming news and events.
Whatever OpeanOcean wants, we deliver.
Towards the end of our projects, the client made an urgent request: an important feature needed to go live before they launch a press release. From the technical point of view, it was quite a complex feature and OpenOcean wanted it done in one week.
Say no more.
At Sisu Digital, we are flexible and responsible for our client’s needs. We are always ready to jump into it right away.
Introducing: the OpenOcean Interactive Market Map for Automation
The map was made from a simple CSV consisting of 120 automation software companies of different ages, sizes, and subsegments. When built into the website, the map becomes a powerful tool where users can filter companies by geography, click on each company to see more information about it, find its website, and see who invested and how much.