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cms_logosA website Content Management System (CMS) is an application that allows you to edit, update and configure your website via a web based control interface.

The basic structure of these CMS applications is two fold. First, a database is used to store all the website's content, information structures, media references, etc. Then second, a middleware technology is used to present an interface between a website manager or 'editor' and the database. It's this middleware interface that allows for maintenance of your website without requiring indepth knowledge of web technologies.

At a basic level, a common use of CMS's is to produce blogging engines which allow you to post articles with others providing feedback by adding comments. But these same CMS's are also used to power web applications such as Facebook, MySpace or YouTube.

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What we do...

We build data-driven web & mobile applications including:

  •  Database design & development
  •  Mobile website development
  •  Content Management Systems
  •  Mobile applications development
  •  HTML5 development

Mobile Statistics...

Morgan Stanley predicts that global smartphone shipments will exceed pc shipments by 2012 and that mobile e-commerce will account for 25% of US online sales.

With mobile transactions looking to surpass $670 billion by 2015, incorporating mobile into your business model today will put you ahead of the game.

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