Custom Technical Development
WPIC has in excess of 15 years of experience building large scale custom development projects, targeted towards Chinese and Japanese audiences and optimized for leading B2B and B2C brands in the west.
From in-market web hosting solutions, to marketing automation, CRM integration, PIM configuration and more, WPIC’s world-class development team will work with your company to ensure that your China and Japan technical needs are fully met and seamlessly integrated with the rest of your operations.
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Whether your industry is B2B or B2C or some combination of both, your marketing automation software needs to work correctly, regardless of where your customers live. Learn More
As any brand involved in international e-commerce can attest, the product inventory management system is a crucial component of the e-commerce supply chain. Learn More
Enterprise brands run operations across multiple continents with various core business functions including enterprise resource planning and document management. Learn More
Hosting in China
The technical requirements behind hosting your brand’s website in China may differ significantly from those of other regions. Ultimately, like anywhere else in the world, online accessibility and the user experience remain the deciding factors in sales. Learn More
Website and CMS integration, SFDC and database integration Learn More
Have a problem with IT in China?
The future of business is technology, and WPIC is at the forefront of the technology boom transforming Asia’s economy. Finding the right formula of technology, cloud activation, and integration demands careful planning, a world-class IT solution and thorough understanding of the infrastructure and security needs unique to Asia.
Decrease load times for website
Levi’s approached WPIC to test uptime and load times for its new China website. WPIC found that the site was too heavy for China’s lagging digital infrastructure and a strategy was formulated to deploy a lightweight version with mirrored content. The entire website was audited, inefficiencies were identified and WPIC created recommendation reports for the Levi’s stakeholder team to review and approve. MORE
Mobile phone app architecture
Ford-Lincoln wanted to build a Lincoln owner’s mobile phone application for the China market, but was unsure where to begin. So, they tasked WPIC with executing a “define” phase, in order to (1) refine the high-level business requirements and user experience and (2) create detailed functional requirements for the app. MORE