Webmedia South Pacific Establishes e-Presence for Telecommunication Regulations Authority (FSM)

The Telecommunication Regulations Authority (TRA) in the Federated States of Micronesia needed to establish their digital presence and they looked no further than Webmedia South Pacific. Our team listened and we responded.

We developed a website that launched their organization into the cyberworld. This platform has considerably assisted the TRA in educating the local general public and those beyond their shores of the work they perform and the services they provide.

Webmedia is glad to be of assistance to the TRA when they urgently required a solution. Contact us today, we’re only just a simple call or email away… even faster than coconut wireless!

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Webmedia South Pacific Develops Unique Digital Platform for the FSM Department of Finance & Administration (DOFA)

The Department of Finance & Administration (DOFA) based in the Federated States of Micronesia sought to create a website that incorporated a platform that had a login based data management system with the ability to capture complaints, projects and data reports.

Webmedia South Pacific was contacted to carry out this project, and in no time, DOFA was presented with a system well beyond their expectations. Lesivou Bulabalavu, IT Engineer at IT Management Consulting (ITMC), applauded the work of our team.

It was a complete ease working with the team at Webmedia. We regularly communicated via Skype and they understood our requests. Nothing was a challenge for them and at the end of the day, my team and I are happy with the result,” he remarked.

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Webmedia South Pacific Develops Unique System for Micronesia Conservation Trust

Webmedia South Pacific was selected by The Micronesia Conservation Trust team to create a Knowledge Management System (Property Management System) to capture project data, add invoices and payments, and provide reports and downloads.

This system also allowed communication and files to be shared between Sub-Guarantees/Contractors and the Members of The Micronesia Conservation Trust (MCT) based on individual contracts.

As a result, the team has found that the KMS has greatly streamlined their data collection and analysis, and has also allowed them to access data anytime and anywhere.

At the end of the day, Webmedia is pleased that our dedication and hard work in bringing this system to life has made their business operations much easier. That’s what we do best; we provide impactful solutions that create long lasting client satisfaction.

 

GOOD STUFF: The New One-Stop Website for Coronavirus Information in the Pacific

As Covid-19 continues its unprecedented course, there has not been a single, easy-to-find location where Pacific Islanders can quickly get all the right coronavirus news and business strategies that they need.

PacificActions.com and its complementary mobile app easily and rapidly link to more than 450 of the most important local, regional and international websites and articles about the coronavirus and how to best deal with it. It was conceived and designed to save time, money, businesses, economies and most importantly, families and lives.

The Foundation of the Peoples of the South Pacific International (FSPI), a regional NGO, together with Webmedia South Pacific (WMSP), a Fiji-based Communications and IT agency, took it upon themselves to respond to this urgent need for a one-stop news hub, more advanced than anything of its kind.

Mr. Nathan Powell, the spokesman for WMSP, shared that “Webmedia South Pacific uncovered a huge gap in how people, organisations, businesses and stakeholders cannot find or access critical information in a matter of seconds. This platform does all the heavy lifting. It’s free, fast and simple-to-use.”

This impressive website and mobile app are a unique combination of automatic updates and hand-selected articles, all cleanly laid-out to provide the best quality content for individuals, businesses, organisations and leaders at every level and in every sector. A simple scroll highlights breaking news in every country in the Pacific region, click a few tabs and your business will learn how others all over the world are successfully dealing with the virus.

Data in the region is generally very costly and mobile phones offer small viewing areas, therefore Pacific Islanders will value the website and app because of their efficiency in providing regional inclusiveness, speed, design, a wide range of articles and editorial filtering.

There are sections for videos, for essentials-to-know, for maps of testing centres, for podcasts, for businesses and so much more. No matter whether the virus has reached a particular country’s shores or not, there is content for everyone.

Ms. Roshni Chand, the Senior Program Manager/Acting CEO for FSPI, emphasised the great importance of such a digital platform.

The Internet is ALREADY dominating the lives of Pacific Islanders… it has far more viewers than any other media channel in almost every Pacific Island nation. The great thing is that this site actually feeds the news sources that are online… it rewards them for good content by directly linking back to the original publisher’s website to provide them with more traffic,” she explained.

In addition to this website is the mobile app available for both Apple and Android users soon to be available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The mobile platform makes it even easier for individuals to stay connected and keep up with the latest happenings of the coronavirus while on the go.

Ms. Verona Lucas, a founding trustee for FSPI was elated with how the platform has come together. “Webmedia approached us with a vision because they knew of our reputation and abilities to further empower individuals, businesses and proactive organisations. Nothing empowers more rapidly than access to great information. So we saw this as the perfect blend of tech and tactics to help support the Pacific region as we combat all the unknown challenges ahead from this Covid-19 crisis,” she noted.

Mr. Steve Reid, the Director of Webmedia South Pacific, summed up the objective of Pacific Actions. “This platform was developed by a dedicated team who volunteered more than 2 months of unpaid effort during the worst crisis of our lifetime in order to create a platform to save lives, save families, save businesses and preserve cultures.”

He continued saying, “I cannot say enough great things about the team at FSPI that shared our vision, and who are tirelessly helping us to deliver this empowerment platform to all the People of the Pacific.”

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Solomon Islands Prime Minister Launches Main Government Website & Mobile App Portal (Developed by WMSP)

In order to take full advantage of the Coral Sea Cable launch, the Solomon Islands Government through SIG-ICT Services embarked on a major initiative that was the creation of a bold, state-of-the-art Main Government (SIG) website and Mobile App Portal.

A Webmedia South Pacific team comprised of Steve Reid, Muhammad Mohsin Akram, Susan Yee and Nathan Powell were in-country for two months and collaborated with SIG-ICT Services on the project. This included holding multiple workshops with government media officers and more than 100 visits to various offices to collaborate and collect data.

The impressive website is a combination of  ‘General Information’ on all Ministries, Departments, SOEs, Provinces, International Support Agencies and other relevant organisations that serve as intimate stakeholders to the greater Solomon Islands community.

Secondly, it ‘critically’ serves as a first-level ‘HelpDesk’ for visitors who are seeking essential details and assistance on many of the most sought after government services and additional support. HelpDesk examples include how to renew a driver’s license, important information pertaining starting up and registering a business, critical health services access, etc.

On March 2nd, the Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands, Manasseh Sogavare, officially launched both the digital platforms that we developed, wrote and project managed. As a result, this placed SIG on the web and ultimately helped the Solomon Islands become more visible to the world.

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Webmedia South Pacific Launches New Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Website

Webmedia South Pacific’s latest project is the newly revamped Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat website.

The mobile responsive website boasts a much cleaner look and feel with an emphasis placed on being user friendly and easy to ‘get around’ navigational features including advanced search functionality. The build was challenging as it accommodates an enormous amount of fresh content and re-categorised access points.

A particular highlight is the ‘AT A GLANCE’ scoreboard on the homepage that helps to rapidly segregate and access up to twenty or more stories by ‘quick tab’ categories that include; Sustainable Development, Economic Growth, Governance and Security.

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Scroll vs. Clicks: Another Reason for Longer Websites

There is literally overwhelming statistical evidence that long websites perform better than short websites. This is in respects to SEO, Conversions and ‘General Retention’. However, it seems company owners in the South Pacific have a particularly strong proclivity towards ‘demanding’ short sites that fit in the initial browser view. Well, sorry to tell you stubborn ‘old-schoolers’ but there’s yet another very compelling reason that size matters.

Tablets and phones don’t do clicks well, they are far more scroll and swipe friendly. Medium.com notes, “Websites which spread their articles onto multiple pages will soon learn this lesson. Expect these to turn into longer single pages or even, like TIME magazine, into infinite scrolling pages”

Now, with more than 50% of all Internet accessed in industrialised markets via a mobile phone or tablet, it may be time for your ‘extension’.

Why is responsive web design important for your business website?

Google analytics now point to between 30-50% of all website traffic that is read off a mobile phone or tablet. Fiji currently shows 22% but the numbers are skewed lower because of limited pre-pay plans. Momentum continues and statistics project that by 2016 more international web browsing will be done on a mobile device rather than a desktop computer.

Responsive design means that your website has a mobile/tablet friendly conversion that plays to people viewing your site through those mediums. Google, for its part, “highly recommends using responsive design” and has already added it to its search engine algorithm. That means; everyday you are losing ranking value to your competitors on Google if they are responsive and you are not.

There are a dozen other important reasons to become ‘responsive’, contact one of our web experts if you’d like the right impression with those you capture in your Web.