Ektron has been enjoying the 2010s so far, as the past few years have been kind to this software company from Nashua, New Hampshire. Founded in 1998, they got their start a browser-based HTML editor (eWebEditPro), but a few years later abandoned this format for the Microsoft .NET platform. This suited them better and they stayed with it up to today, which is fortunate because in the last few years they began to get some serious recognition. Read More →
No matter what hemisphere you’re in, one of the main driving forces behind business is competition. When the competition gets neck-and-neck, businesses look for whatever advantage they can find; and that’s exactly what’s happening in Latin America as a result of the strong and steady GDP growth. More and more companies want – and need – that competitive edge, and they’re finding it in ECM. Read More →
Widgy is a new heterogenous tree editor, built on Python/Django, that takes the “tree” analogy one step further. By integrating with Mezzanine CMS, it allows users to edit or create (“groom and grow,” if you will) web pages and other data as if they were branches on a tree. Read More →
Everyone is singing the praises for Chorus, Vox Media’s own CMS and the platform behind the recently launched Vox.com. Patrick Thornton of the Interchange Project calls it, “the best CMS I’ve ever heard of.” The New York Times credits it for the success of the Vox Media, while even Eric Eldon, of the rival blog TechCrunch, is “very impressed", and calls it a next-generation platform competing against those that are decades old. Read More →
It’s time to build your website, and one of the first things you need to decide is also one of the most important. Do you choose one of the popular Open-Source systems (like WordPress or Joomla) and get your hands dirty, or do you use a Proprietary system and pay someone else to get their hands dirty for you? Read More →
Every athlete says their team will win before the game, and yet afterwards half of them are sure to be wrong.
It’s hard to trust someone gloating about their own product, so we’re a bit skeptical to believe Selectica CEO Blaine Mathieu when he describes the sixth version of their Contract Lifecycle Management system as “CMS on steroids.” Still, their newest installment boasts an array of advanced features, so is polite modesty really necessary? Read More →