Web Applications

A web application consists of a web interface performing a variety of functions, which a user accesses from a browser on either a desktop or a mobile device. Web applications can be simple, single-function applications like word processors, or offer more complex functionalities, such as the following:

Customer Relationship Management

CRM software usually offers a suite of functions to enable businesses to keep track of sales and business development efforts. Common functions can include tracking leads and contact numbers, tracking business from different accounts, providing after-sales support, synchronising calendars among co-users, scheduling appointments etc.

Instant messaging

These applications allows users to instantly send messages and files to each other or on a user group. Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp are popular instant messaging services that can be accessed on both desktops and mobile devices - these apps also allow users to make audio and video calls through an internet connection.

HR software

These applications help with recruiting new employees, floating job openings, maintaining databases of employees, conducting induction processes and training courses, and managing employee performance. ADP Workforce Now and ClearCompany are popular HR software adopted by multiple businesses.

Media editing software

Several web applications allow users to create and edit media files. Photoshop and Illustrator are popular applications for editing image files, while FL Studio can be used for creating and editing audio files and compositions.

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