Mobile Applications

Smartphone and tablet owners are at least half of your customers. Therefore, a high-quality mobile offering can play a key role in driving business forward. Contact the developers working at TRIARE – and we will professionally help you present your brand in a positive light, convey important information to the target audience, sell your goods or services.

Why does your business need a mobile app?

An online store without a mobile application is rapidly losing customer loyalty. And along with them – a significant part of the potential profit. After all, the decision to buy can arise spontaneously – and disappear by the time the user gets to his laptop. Do not limit him, give him the opportunity to buy “from the phone”! An important point is also the ability to receive instant feedback and data required for performance analysis.

How do TRIARE specialists work?

  1. The most important thing in development is the adequate adaptation of the software to the specifics of the business and the needs of the clients. Therefore, at the first stage, our analysts are actively involved in the work. TRIARE prefers to act for sure: we conduct research on a specific market niche and target audience, conduct an audit of existing analogues and analyze user behavior.
  2. Having clarified the needs of users, we proceed to the development of a prototype – a “road map”, a technical assignment for developers. At this stage, the most easy-to-understand scheme is developed, the functionality is written, a detailed description is drawn up with a rationale for each step.
  3. Programmers and web designers get down to business after agreeing a prototype and approximate graphic solutions with the client. Development and testing are carried out in cooperation with application stores: we make sure that the program meets all modern requirements, is 100% functional and has been moderated. If necessary, we will provide full support, including promotion and technical support.
  4. TRIARE company specializes in developing applications for iOS, Android and other platforms. Our specialists have participated in the creation of innovative services, mobile versions of websites of large corporations, specialized stores, as well as games and entertainment. Extensive experience and a huge arsenal of technologies give us the opportunity to find an original effective approach to any task, be it a small 3-5-screen application or a complex interactive project that works correctly on all popular devices.

Our mobile applications provide the customer with a number of significant advantages:

  • absolute efficiency at any stage of business development;
  • universality for use by online stores, information resources, blogs, etc .;
  • the fastest possible communication with a client who no longer needs to launch a browser, enter a request in the search bar, search for the desired section on the site;
  • easy access to information combined with security, user-friendly interface and navigation, feedback.

Learn more about our benefits at https://triare.net/service-mobile-apps/.

There’s no doubting that climate change is a crisis we can no longer ignore – and Finland is one of the countries paving the way for a greener world.

Find eco-friendly energy and renewable energy companies by reading the company reviews and profiles on peer review websites such as Suomiarvostelut.fi. You’ll come across companies like Nordic Green Energy. By reading about them, you’ll learn more about their business, products, services, and customer services, so that you’ll be able to make a better-informed decision before signing up with them. That’s the beauty of peer review websites.

The Nordic countries lead the world’s progress in terms of environmental sustainability. Norway uses the most renewable energy in the world, and it is followed by Sweden, Denmark and Finland in the rankings.

How has Finland been able to improve its environmental impact in such a short time and with such effectiveness? Through government leadership, technological innovations, and a culture rooted in outdoor activities: the Finnish know that if they’re unable to clean up their act, their pristine wilds will become a toxic burden to them and the rest of the world.

Finland makes use of energy for lighting, heating, industrial activities, and other public and domestic services. Implementing a vast network of wind farms, harnessing their many water areas for hydropower, and solar energy, they have been able to reduce the impact and draw on the national electric grid that was primarily fuelled by coal plants. Those coal plants are now mostly replaced by hydropower installations, wind energy, and solar energy plantations.

In fact, Finland’s energy usage is 35-percent renewable sources today. This will be 50% by the year 2050. Finland is ahead of its environmental schedule, but it won’t take a moment’s break in its aim for sustainability. Their government has established strong protection laws and made deep changes to its industries.

For example, their forestry industry – which is one of the largest in the world – has undergone massive changes. All-natural forests are protected and conserved through sustainability projects and policies such as crop rotation and small-scale felling. In this way, the recycling industry through its peat heating can capture that to re-use for heating of Finnish homes – instead of that all going to waste.

Bioenergy is a booming industry now in Finland and around Europe. Bioenergy is generated from the biodegradable waste matter that agriculture, forestry, industrial complexes and municipal waste streams produced. This is then burnt to provide heat and other forms of energy for use.

What makes Finland one of the leading nations in adaptation and innovation in the green sector is its geography. A quarter of this country is located in the Arctic Circle. The rest of the country is also cold, snowy, rain-soaked, and dark for much of the year. Heating is one of their largest expenditures on energy – and by transforming that energy use from fossil fuels to renewable sources, the country will make large strides forward in environmental sustainability.

Greening the future with Finland: watch this this nation of 5.5 million people adapt their country to a greener tomorrow.