Leeds-based digital transformation and technical specialists, ddroidd, has launched a pioneering new A+++ efficiency framework that will significantly reduce a website’s energy consumption, save money, improve reliability and responsibility for businesses.

ddroidd’s A+++ solution guarantees to reduce hosting costs within six months. The new framework can cut information reprocessing by 90% through recycling and reusing previously processed information, reducing the need for extensive resource demands.

Once a website is made live, it starts to age, in both functionality and performance capability. It is vital that business-critical applications perform seamlessly, with the adaptability and foresight to keep ahead of ever-evolving operational and market demands.

A+++ ensures that business-critical software is continually fit-for-purpose and running at its prime. Digital platforms can become over stretched if they are not designed to meet the needs of all business objectives.

Rapidly expanding customer databases, third-party API integrations and web-hooks, as well as traffic spikes from marketing campaigns can all contribute to application overload or, at worse, IT failure. ddroidd’s new A+++ framework ensures that a company’s IT architecture is prepared and fit for the future.

Catalin Stancel, CEO said: “Businesses are more attuned to reducing their environmental impact through recycling waste, however, one area that is often overlooked is their online footprint. Through inefficient code and processes, it not only significantly increases their carbon footprint but also results in a poor performing website.

“Leeds is on a mission to hit its net-zero carbon target by 2030 and our new A+++ framework can help businesses in the city to significantly reduce their carbon footprint, increase website performance and save money at the same time.”

There are three levels of health checks available, depending on the requirements and application complexity:

  • Essential: Core inspection & action checklist
  • Comprehensive: Full analysis & detailed findings report
  • End-to-end: Full deep-dive audit, output report & roadmap

The health checks look at all aspects of applications including applications discovery, applications analysis, service analysis, code quality analysis, health check report and a checklist.