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The sky's the limit when it comes to e-commerce. We can help your business take off online...

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A one-stop shop for e-businesses

E-commerce and digital business are our bread and butter. We can design and build your site from scratch or deliver consultancy services at the point where you need them most.

Innovation, speed and cost-effectiveness

Dotden Media launched in 2008. We’re a small digital consultancy with big ambitions and a growing list of satisfied clients who have trusted their e-business and digital product development to us. We won’t waste your time or your money.

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We’re looking for freelance associates and contractors in a number of areas. If you’re interested in striking out on your own, we’d like to hear from you. ..

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Payments innovation will disrupt every aspect of business

The gold rush in banking and payments innovation is continuing. Latest figures from the US suggest investment in financial technology firms is on course to top $2.5 billion this year, according to data from CB Insights published in Finextra. That makes a total of more than $9bn invested since 2008. Investment is coming from all quarters […]

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We build a video-on-demand platform for leading corporate and financial PR business

When Tamarind Communications wanted a video-on-demand platform for their blue-chip clients, they came to Dotden Media. We gave them an innovative, feature rich product that did everything they asked for. Find out more…

Our rapid prototyping works like…Clockwork

When Siskin Technology wanted help developing a new business continuity application, they came to us for assistance. We were able to help construct the complex requirements, rapid prototype the initial product and work with Siskin’s offshore development team to take it to the next stage.

Scottish Hockey kicks off to a brighter future on the web

Scottish Hockey invited a number of companies to bid to build their new, more social media oriented, website in the runup to the Commonwealth Games in 2014. But they needed advice on how to choose their supplier.