Qballyhoo

A Somerset marketing company which specialises in online communications and design, stays on top of its game by ensuring
it has the most up to date and leading technology to enhance its service and customer relations.

Making a mark thanks to technology
A Somerset marketing company which specialises in online communications and design, stays on top of its game by ensuring it has the most up to date and leading technology to enhance its service and customer relations.

Qballyhoo, which has worked with Cardiff University, British Solar Renewables, The Tea House in Covent Garden, Destination South West, Dorset County Council and NHS Dorset- has a talented team of graphic designers who create website designs and branding for its clients, and its team of marketing experts run creative social media and web  marketing campaigns to help their clients make an impact online.

To ensure Qballyhoo, based in Yeovil, can offer the most competitive service for its clients, they consider the technology that it uses to be an essential engine that supports and guides its working processes. From a cloud storage system

to online accounting software and social media tracking tools – any means of technology which helps this business thrive in the competitive marketing world is covered.
The company utilises Microsoft Office 365 to ensure that team members can access files anytime, anywhere. Founder Drew Sarah Llewellyn said its syncing facility is crucial to the successful running of the business.
“The technology that we use is the glue that sticks my business together. The syncing facility of Microsoft 365 is very intuitive, and allows the team to constantly be up to date with each other and share information quickly, no matter what device we are on.”
Alongside Microsoft Office 365, the company has an Intranet to enhance internal communications and uses an online CRM system called Zoho Office Suite to track client campaign activity, view the customer database instantaneously and track business leads and more. An array of social media tracking tools also helps Qballyhoo keep on top of its clients’ online activity. Hootsuite, Sprout Social and Sumall are just a few tools which help the company communicate with its  clients’ audiences efficiently, whilst allowing them to measure the performance of specific campaigns. Drew said:
“Whilst I’m never without my pen and paper – technology saves time, improves economics and the innovation of business. Ultimately, we enjoy technology and our customers enjoy it – which is the most important thing. I find that women soak up information and aren’t afraid to say they don’t understand. Their attitudes to gaining knowledge are positive and they are keen to collaborate and get connected, which is why social media is really powerful.”