Developing websites, mobile apps, and custom software, for Perth, Western Australia.
Industrial Hypertext design and build custom software applications for the web, desktop, server, and mobile devices.
We build online ordering systems for shops, restaurants, and cafes, that allow your customers to browse your menu, and place an order from their smartphone.
Industrial Hypertext has many years of experience building CRMs for government and industry in Perth. We have delivered CRMs for companies in the healthcare, finance, mining, and oil and gas industries.
Our CRMs are delivered as web applications that let you store and search customer information such as names, addresses, contact details, and also sales information such as sales leads, quotes, orders, and invoices. CRMs can also store files and attachments such as customer photos, videos, and documents.
If you have an accounting system such as MYOB, MYOB Advanced, or Xero we can integrate our CRM with the data in that system so your products and client details are synced between both systems.
A CRM can be used to send out customer newsletters automatically to each customer email address in the system.
Your staff can use our web based CRM on their mobile phones.
Microsoft Windows Applications (C#, VB.NET, and Visual Basic, for WinForms)
GIS Consulting and development (Google Maps API, OpenLayers, MapServer, QGIS plugins, PostGIS)
Industrial Hardware integration with systems such as printing (JDF), and NFC/RFID applications
AI (Artificial Intelligence): Bayesian filtering, neural networks, deep learning, genetic algorithms, and machine learning
Integration with cloud based systems such as MYOB, ClickSend, BurstSMS, and payment gateways.
We specialise in debugging, maintaining, and adding new features existing applications. We regularly modernise and add new features to applications that are over 10 years old. This can be much more effective than writing complex new applications from scratch.
Contact us to discuss your requirements by emailing email@example.com or calling 0432 000 583.
"Industrial Hypertext turned a dubious situation into a
Michael Smith, Meta4 Design