What High Performance Really Means for Enterprise FinTech Websites
A whitepaper by Darrell Wilkins on 08 Oct 2021
Summary: Most people define website performance as the measurement and optimisation of page load times. But this narrow view hinders your firm's ability to achieve the high performance site your FinTech business needs. Start by properly articulating what high performance means and learn the steps needed to achieve it.
Every business wants its website to perform well. And this is especially true in FinTech where you need every competitive advantage you can get.
Yet despite an intrinsic understanding that you need “High Performance” from your site, you likely can’t define what it means. And if you can, your definition is likely incomplete.
To build a best-in-class FinTech site, you need:
- A clear definition of high performance;
- To understand what building a high-performance site entails; and
- To know how to set ...
In this white paper, you’ll learn:
- A better definition of high performance
- Common traits of high performance websites
- What’s stopping you from attaining a high performance site
We also set expectations around creating a high performance website and what that requires in terms of investment. Plus the substantial ROI you stand to gain.
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