This blog post has been floating around in the back of my mind for many weeks, along with another, more technical post on ExtBase, which I hope to compose over the holidays. The prompt for this post has been the question "why do we continue to use TYPO3?"—a question I often ask myself during my day at Cast Iron Coding.
Emulex is the worldwide leader in converged networking solutions. In October 2010 CIC implemented their site redesign. The site has been translated into seven languages, contains a number of microsites and has been integrated with multiple internal systems. Emulex has relied on CIC for advanced support and development for over four years.
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Cast Iron Coding began working with Emulex, in July, 2009, to expand the capabilities of their existing TYPO3 website. Emulex is a leading manufacturer of storage and networking infrastructure solutions with a client base that is extremely diverse and spans the globe. Cast Iron Coding worked with Emulex to ensure that their TYPO3 solution could stand-up to the challenge of consistently delivering content in many different languages while also tailoring content for specific OEM partner micro-sites. We greatly streamlined the process for launching and managing these branded micro-sites. Additionally, the Emulex website network is notable for the comprehensive and rigorous quality assurance workflow that web content moves through. At Cast Iron Coding we worked closely with Emulex to develop an integrated development environment that guarantees only content of the highest quality is published. Our work with Emulex is exemplary of our ability to develop TYPO3 solutions that tightly integrate with your business' established practices to help you save time and money.
Frontend Designer: Emulex Backend Developer: Cast Iron Coding