Advisor in buying web projects

Advisor in buying web projects

North Patrol is your expert in selecting the best vendors and technologies for your next web project. We are an independent consulting company without ties to system vendors, and can help select the best implementation plan and vendor to save you headaches in the long run.


We’re here to support for the whole lifecycle of a web project. Our main focus is at the critical stages of project planning, defining requirements and selecting the best partners. Additionally we support the implementation and assess the results.

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Bring in the experts

We’ll find you a web project solution that fits your needs – not something that’s convenient for a vendor to build. We have an exceptionally wide-ranging expertise with Internet, intranet and extranet platforms as well as content management solutions.

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Buyer’s guide to web projects

Our blog provides topical information about planning and buying web projects.

A team you can trust

North Patrol’s industry experts are Perttu Tolvanen, Hanna Korhonen, Kimmo Parkkinen, Virpi Blom, Sami Kalanen and Mikko Jokela. Together, we have 90 years of experience in hundreds of small and large projects in their various stages.

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Recent Posts

To personalize or not to personalize?

The whole world is talking about how the power in digital channels has switched over from organizations to consumers. It’s The Age of the Customer as they call it. Humble and patient “Hopefully they’ll provide me what I need if I only search long enough” attitude has been turned upside-down. Now consumers are demanding “Give me everything I want! Right now!” and “only for me and exactly to my specific need”. People want better digital experiences and more relevancy. Suddenly everybody’s time is money.

I’ve written about this topic already about two years ago. Back then, I compared digital customer experience to a sales clerk in a clothing store. A professional sales clerk takes a brief glance at you and before she even walks to you and says “How are you doing?” she has already profiled you in her mind. She knows how to address you and what to suggest to you. We are so accustomed to this kind of behavior in face-to-face encounters that we take it for granted. We might even be offended if we don’t get the service we expect.

But the digital world is totally different. Or is it really?

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