When we think about an eco-system we often imagine natural settings. We think of water, soil, plants, and animals all working together to create a sustainable system - each relying on the others. They’re able to stand-alone and can be beneficial by themselves, but together they create something much bigger and can support more than they could individually.



The same can be said about a digital eco-system. A digital eco-system is an environment where programs are interconnected and interact with each other to complete a common goal. They rely on connectivity to accomplish hard and often complex tasks. The better connected these programs are, the better the eco-system.



Sounds simple, right?



But we often forget how many of these interconnected programs we use on a daily basis. When we ask Alexa to turn on music or to play Netflix – we are using a system of software programs that are connected to each other and working together. As you may already know, sometimes these eco-systems don’t work perfectly. That’s because the programs were not built together, which can cause disruptions in connectivity – to our annoyance.



Whenever PSP sets out to build or improve our software, we have our own digital eco-system in mind. We build our programs to work together and connect seamlessly in order to make your life easier.



Our website builder, Dreamersi, has settings to easily add your blog, connect your social media, or build/add forms into your website. These programs work interdependently with each other to achieve a shared goal: effortless connectivity for our customers so they can focus on the real task at hand – running a successful business.