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Does your website have a New Year’s resolution?

Dec 31, 2008   |   Andrew Kamphuis Recommended for:   Marketing, Ecommerce, Tasting Room & Hospitality
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This is the first time I've publicly stated a new year’s resolution for our platform.

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  1. Enhanced User Experience. Increase the user experience in both our admin panel and clients front end websites. This involves both visual experience, and the way different components work.
  2. Simplify. Make it easier for website administrators to enter data. Make it easier for end users to checkout, sign up for a wine club, etc.
  3.  Smarter. Make our systems smarter. We have tons of data on hand, and we want to put more intelligence in the system to utilize this data better.

Truthfully, we have all been thinking about these three ideas for awhile. Our new platform launches in January and we are really excited about some of the new features.

In 2009 we have some giant plans.  We've shared a few of these plans with some of our partners. 2009 is going to be a great year and you should see some amazing work by everyone one. (Hopefully that statement doesn't sound to arrogant)

If you have a new year’s resolution around your website I would love to hear about it.

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