We have great news. We went into partnership with a local agency which will outsource a lot of their work to us. We love to work with other web professionals and I am looking forward to a great partnership. We are also working on our website. It can be hard to find time for improving the own website when there are so many clients projects but I took some time of my day and added a lot of content. The web site is much better structured now and we added some references. This is a work in progress, but the great thing is that we use our own CMS, created on basis of Silverstrype to do the website, which makes it very easy for me to change it around. We are also spending more time with typo3 and typo light (not as close to each other as the name would suggest) as alternatives to Silverstripe. Check out our improved website ... any comments are more than welcome.
Signetix just finished a new exciting project. Check out our website to learn more about other projects we are doing. We created a big web system for a German bank. The website is about real estate agent ID cards. The intention is to create trust using a identity card that the real estate agent can show to his clients. He needs to be certified to get one of those cards. Our system handles the complete work-flow from an agent being employed by a credited agency to issuing the ID down to the government organizations doing the audit and keeping everyone honest. It is a great system and will be used by thousands of real estate agents in Austria and Germany.
We used the most modern technologies, as we always do and created a web system that is cutting edge while still being easy to maintain.
Thanks to everyone who believed in the project and thanks for the Raifeisen Bank to give us the opportunity to shine.
Exciting news about the immobiliencard project. What started as an Austrian prototype will now be expanding to Germany and most likely the rest of Europe. This is great and we will put a lot of programming and web design work into additional functionality. There will be sophisticated process management systems capable of handling the internal processes of potentially hundreds of thousands users. We will have to create a hosting environment and develop all kind of interfaces using SOAP XML and other protocols. Loads of software design and programming to do for this great project. Check out our website to see more about other projects we are doing.
Good day everyone,
We are proud and happy to introduce our newest client: NZ Nature Coast. This tourism infrastructure and business development provider does a lot of work and changes the industry in Wellington.
We are taking over a very sophisticated system in typo light, which is a version of typo3. The web development will happen in stages and we are confident we can provide this high end client with great service for many years to come. Wen design and web development are part of the service as well as newsletter maintenance and graphic design. We will program and develop functionality extensions for the typo3 system and work on existing ones. Software development as it's best :)
Have a look at out our website to see what else we offer. This client is a great step for us. We are looking to serve more Wellington customers for some time now and this one is as good as it gets. Thanks to everyone for giving us the chance to develop this outstanding software and web design project further. We promise to do our best and bring it to the next level.
Here is our new LinkedIn summary:
Michael Zwiener's Summary
Corporate IT Solutions
* Portals (B2B and B2C)
* Intranet applications
QCodo PHP, Flash, Frameworks, CSS, Ajax
We bring more than 12 years of project-related experience to the table, including the development of powerful portals and Internet solutions with extremely complex functions such as communication and cooperation systems, CRM software, project management, Internet communities and much, much more.
Website Development using QCubed, ZEND, PHP, MySQL, CSS, Ajax, Flex, AdobeAIR, WebORB, Frameworks, Java, typo3, typo light, silverstripe, subcontracting, project management