Technical & Product Development

Enterprise Web Development

We solve our clients' problems by building technical products and software solutions that have immediate commercial impact. We have a large web development team in-house that undertake the heavy lifting regarding bespoke web and software development


Multi-Platform Apps

Creating apps for just one platform means only catering to a small portion of your audience. We're not about doing things half-hearted, so our apps are designed for multiple platforms - leveraging the right technical approaches to ensure a consistent customer experience across Desktop, Mobile and Smart TV.


Native App Development

We develop bespoke applications for both Android and iOS, built specifically for your business needs. Using either a native approach or utilizing the revolutionary React Native framework, (depending on the app requirements), we run with a mobile-first mentality to ensure a solid and positive customer experience.


API Development & Integration

Legacy systems, new technologies, bolt-ons, enhanced customer interfaces. APIs can enable rapid execution of new products and services while keeping IT costs and reinvestment in core frameworks to a minimum. A lot of companies now are using APIs to create new customer layers and services, while keeping the ‘black box’ running the business separated. This vastly reduces costs and opens massive opportunities without having to reinvent the wheel.

Ascot Racecourse

Acquiring customer data has always been a challenge for Ascot Racecourse due to the fact that tickets are often purchased as part of a group booking. This means that on average they only manage to capture information for 1 in 6 of event attendees.

Rawnet’s brief was to provide race-goers with an essential reason to engage personally with Ascot Racecourse, ensuring customers data was retained for future marketing opportunities while proving visitors with a meaningful reward for parting with their personal details.
 

The service design series

We're filming interviews with forward-thinking service design advocates from the world's leading organisations, from financial institutions to charities to telcos. 

The aim of the series is to share knowledge and insight of how organisations can adapt to the changes necessary to enable service design and design thinking.

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