Content Management - Unimaxx Networks

By: Unimaxx Networks  09-12-2011
Keywords: Content Management, Content Management Solution

Change your own content and upload your own images with a Content Management Solution (CMS) from Unimaxx. Our Web Designers are expert CMS site creators. We offer two options depending on your website needs:

Unimaxx Content Management System
The Unimaxx Content Management System has been developed to easily integrate any feature specific to your business needs. We have developed e-commerce stores, galleries, ticketing systems, events calendars, newsletters, membership systems and more - all specific to our client's needs.

Joomla! Content Management System
Joomla! is easy to use and compatible with most business requirements. A long list of pre-developed extensions allows us to add features to your website, including Newsletter, Image Gallery and Event Calendar while keeping costs and development time down.

Keywords: Content Management, Content Management Solution

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