Very recently our team completed a sports lighting project for the University of Queensland’s tennis facilities, and in the process we encountered something of a technology-based disconnect between facility management and its customers.

Users seemed in need of a smart, mobile interface through which to make multiple bookings and customise their own settings.

Administrators were lacking accessible and cohesive usage data and analysis. Moreover, they were lacking access to smart lighting technology.

So we stepped up, and developed Sporte. 

The Cloud is now an ubiquitous part of our lives—be it for business or personal requirements, it has made its way into our lives in the form of home-automation (IoT), banking services, gaming and entertainment facilities, and of course: business.

Of particular note to us are the possibilities on offer to Small-to-Medium Enterprises. We use Google cloud-based business solutions for ourselves and our customers, something we openly and actively prefer over something like an Office 365 + OneDrive solution. 

It’s not every day that Google uses the word “significant” to describe a change to its algorithm and then gives it an actual rollout date. On the 26th of February, the nice-faced search leviathan posted this, bluntly stating that as of "April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal”.