Cms Development & Consulting
The scale and scope of many websites and internet-connected business systems necessitate some type of tool to manage the development of online content, and the process of creating and deploying it. Many businesses rely on one of the many available Content Management Systems (CMS).
The need for a CMS typically arises with businesses and other organizations experiencing growth. Managers and teams arrive at a point where they understand they need to adopt a CMS, but they face the daunting task of determining which one best suits their needs and budget. Beyond that hurdle comes the need to design and deploy the solution, port existing content, and develop expertise with the system. There can be an additional need to integrate the CMS with other systems and applications.
Extensive CMS Experience and Expertise
First Line Software has extensive experience developing a wide variety of solutions involving different CMS products. Our experts can help you with every phase, from consulting to determine which CMS best meets your needs, through design, implementation, deployment of the CMS-based solution, including integration or data exchange with other systems in your IT infrastructure.
CMSs We Work With
The CMS products we can work with include the following leading solutions:
Episerver is the world’s fastest growing provider of Web Content Management (WCM) and online community platforms. It is a high-performance, highly scalable .NET-based product that is an excellent choice for high volume, large size online media assets. First Line is an Episerver Solution Partner with the largest number of Episerver Certified Developers.
Sitecore is a platform with components that deliver integrated functionality across several areas, including: web content management, customer intelligence, and eCommerce. Sitecore's solutions offer many options for added customer functionality and results.
Sitefinity is Web CMS based on ASP.NET technology that provides intuitive web content management, a robust development environment and a rich end user experience. Applications include site management tools, web portals, and eCommerce.
Kentico CMS is a web content management system (WCMS) for building websites, online stores, intranets, and web community sites. It utilizes ASP.NET and Microsoft SQL Server technologies. Developers can utilize Kentico's portal engine or Microsoft Visual Studio. Kentico CMS is compatible with Microsoft Windows Azure Platform.
Although not a CMS in the strict sense, AspDotNetStorefront is a popular full-featured eCommerce shopping cart solution, offering usage options for SaaS or on-premises hosting. Software and hosting services comply with credit card industry security standards. It’s specialized functionality can be part of most any solution involving a CMS.
Talk to our CMS Experts
Whether you are just starting to look for a CMS and need advice to help you select the best solution for your needs and budget, or you are up and running and need expansion, integration, or customization, First Line has CMS expertise that can get you where you need to go. Why not contact us today for a free consultation?
Automated system for ordering customized marketing materials
First Line customized the Episerver Commerce Web-based platform so clients of the customer would be able to organize and automate the Automated system for ordering customized marketing materials process of creating and receiving printing marketing materials.Show details
Development and support of a single platform for regional websites of the O’Neill brand
O'Neill is one of the world’s largest manufacturer of wetsuits for surfing and other extreme sports. The founder of the company, Jack O’Neill, initially developed wetsuits for surfers. Later on he extended the product line which today includes wet suits for snowboarding, surfing, diving and wakeboarding, and a line of beach lifestyle sportswear.Show details
Maintenance of Multiple High Performance Websites
In 2010, Bonnier undertook a strategic initiative to consolidate its 60+ online publications on a single Content Management System (CMS) in order to ensure uniform functionality, minimize maintenance costs, and to streamline online ad delivery and maximize ad revenues.Show details