What if we were to tell you that the $5,000 - $30,000 software licenses you might be facing (or have been paying yearly) can be eliminated, and instead be used in your other marketing endeavors? Open source tool sets are usually free or very low cost. And these code sets have been used by both small and large companies, even our own government. In the almost 20 years of developing in open source technologies, we have been able to turn these tools into money-saving, powerful project accelerators for our customers.
eyemg leverages open source software both in our web development process and in our data center environment. During the engineering and development of our sophisticated network and web operations environment (The Local Data Center), we wrote several pieces of software to fill gaps in the open source world. We have also written our own content management system based on open source tool sets. This home-grown content management system, eyemg.Compose, has over 15 years of use in companies like The Ford Motor Company, ExxonMobil's Santoprene division, YRC, as well as 36 other small, medium and large client sites.
Find out more about the two content management systems we use when building complex websites that require content editing, moderation and a publishing workflow:
eyemg.Compose is a great content management system that has been used for large, multilingual Websites, as well as small eCommerce sites.
We have utilized eyemg.Compose to create many Intranets, Extranets and Internet sites. We have also created product catalogs, digital asset libraries, dealer locators, media relations centers, ad galleries and more. Any time there is content that needs to be managed on the Web, we first consider eyemg.Compose for the job. Learn more about eyemg.Compose.
WordPress is a free, open source blogging tool and content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. eyemg has experience installing, configuring, designing and integrating templates and plugins into WordPress. We are also able to host WordPress sites within our data centers (The Local Data Center). WordPress is used by more than 18.9% of the top 10 million websites as of August 2013. WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use on the Web, at more than 60 million websites. We use Wordpress when a site needs a blog function or a small content management solution.