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.
MTS Systems Corporation (NASDAQ: MTSC) is a global supplier of mechanical testing systems and electronic position sensors used in a number of industrial applications. MTS has relied on Cast Iron Coding as a development partner for the past three years.
MTS Systems Corporation (NASDAQ: MTSC) is a global supplier of mechanical testing systems and electronic position sensors used in a number of industrial applications. Cast Iron Coding dramatically streamlined the administration of their catalog website by converting their existing, static HTML pages to a dynamic, database-driven website powered by TYPO3. The new site is much easier for content editors to manage and update on a regular basis.
Significantly reduced the overall cost of the site by reusing portions of the German MTS branch's TYPO3 implementation, creating a uniform look and feel for both the German and American branches of the company
Created custom, highly flexible extensions for listing and displaying a wide variety of product types
Built a custom extension for providing users with support information tailored to their geographic locale
Careful, managed migration of content from legacy site to new site
Front-end and backend development, rich user interfaces, standards-compliant code
Peer analysis and project planning
Extensive browser testing and functionality testing
Open source, enterprise content management system
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