Entries by Lexi Belvis

Jamaica Joe’s

Background: Jamaica Joe’s came to amshot with an older site that was not SEO compatible as it was largely image-based. They had a logo and brand colors. Client needed: An SEO-compatible and mobile-friendly site that search engines could crawl. What we came up with: A more traditional website with plenty of pictures and text elements discoverable […]

Shaking IT Up

amshot is redefining the expectations for outsourced IT services & software development When most people think of outsourced IT, they think of long email chains asking for a simple fix, scouring Google just to understand what’s going on, and cheesy on-hold music that you practically memorize. We understand that can be a reality when working with […]

Can Lawyers Handle the Truth?

Forget the filing cabinets and invest in the benefits and innovations in legal technology   Technology is changing the culture of the legal system. Before a reliable alternative was available, lawyers were toting around bags filled with hundreds of sheets of paper— but with the customizable software and accessible technology available today, it is time […]

Roan Resources

Background: Roan Resources came to amshot as a new organization with a one-page site that was not very developed. They had a logo and brand colors — two “back-to-back” letter Rs in deep blue hues. Client needed: A multi-page but simple website, with an extra-simplified mobile version and a few unique touches. What we came […]

Virtually Official

What is a vCIO and why does your business need one? As a company that started as a small business, we know how much work goes into running a successful start-up. Cultivating leads, handling business technology, hiring the right employees, executing client work, managing policies and benefits—it’s exhausting just thinking about it. With all the […]

amshot Eats OKC

amshot’s favorite local eateries, from breakfast to breweries   Typically, we do a lot of tech-talk around the office, but there is more to amshot than IT and software. As a local business, we are big supporters of the Keep It Local vibe in OKC and we like to get involved around the city as […]

It’s Kind of a BIg Deal

The importance of Business Intelligence (BI) to companies of all sizes We all want to know where our business is going, what we can expect for the future and, better yet, the margins of success we will see in the upcoming months. But in order to see the future, we need to know “the now” […]

Open Door Baptist Church

Background: Open Door Baptist Church came to amshot with an older site that was somewhat outdated. They did not have a logo, but had previously chosen bright green and yellow as their brand colors to represent new life and sunshine. Client needed: A logo, email addresses with the church’s web domain, and a modernized website where visitors […]

Buy It or Customize It

Evaluating your company’s current software and the advantages of using custom software/applications   Off-the-shelf or tailor-made? The choice seems easy when it comes to clothes—Why would I wear something that just fits when I could wear something custom made for me?—but what about in terms of business software? Originally, software allowed businesses to transition from […]

The Internet of (all) Things?

IoT leaks top the list of cyber threats to small- and medium-sized businesses in 2018   Technology is more accessible than ever and can control everything from your business transactions to the lighting in your home, but all of this interconnectivity comes with a risk. Hackers are becoming bolder by the day, and they don’t […]

On Cloud 9.0

The ins, outs, and next big trends in cloud technology   Just 25 years ago, floppy disks were the standard for data storage and any self-respecting tech professional had tons of them in various colors. Now, it’s all about the cloud. We use it at home, we use it at work, and we use it […]