Over the last 15 years we’ve helped hundreds of organisations, large & small, build websites, web applications, database systems & mobile apps that perfectly fit their business processes, generating efficiency & cost savings, brand recognition & competitive edge.
We love to create engaging websites, sophisticated web applications and mobile apps that save time, increase your revenue and give you competitive edge.
" Dataphiles created for us a Website to be proud of and a tailor made CRM database that is powerful yet user friendly. The team took the time to fully understand our business requirements and expertly captured the message and image we wanted to portray. They used their expertise and knowledge to make positive suggestions and improvements which have really added value to our business.
As a demanding client we appreciated their patience - A real pleasure to work with! Many thanks to Kieran and his team."
" We’ve been working closely with PatientComms for over three years on the development of our overall CRM strategy.
We have trialled and refined many pilots before rolling out across our 680 mydentist practices. I see them as an extension of our Marketing team."
"I would not hesitate to recommend Dataphiles to anyone looking to revamp their website. Our site was starting to look dated, we approached Dataphiles with some ideas of websites that we really liked and their response was ‘we can do something much better than these’. I am delighted to say that they have – our new website is far better than any of our competitors, and really makes us stand out from the rest. We love it. All completed in a timely manner, with a reasonable cost, and very friendly service."
‘Working with Dataphiles was an exceptional partnership from the outset. We set them challenging deadlines and a small, yet relatively complex, technical issue to solve. The ideas that they brought to the project made a huge difference.
They integrated a microsite with the Google Maps API, while also incorporating a purpose-built CMS so that location-specific news and stories could be uploaded to the map using longitude/latitude coordinates. It was a simple, effective, perfectly executed technical solution, combined with a first-class user experience at both the front and back end.’