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.
After a successful redesign in 2009, Netop returned to Cast Iron Coding for their 2012 redesign. Netop's internal design team produced design comps, and the CIC development team was responsible for all engineering, deployment and content synchronization.
In January 2009, Cast Iron Coding completed a comprehensive reconfiguration of the web services offered by classroom software company Netop, using TYPO3. With a website designed to interact with Salesforce, Cast Iron Coding was able to help Netop simultaneously streamline its online business operations, as well as improve the quality of the customer information they were collecting in Salesforce. Netop is now developing its internet marketing campaigns more quickly than ever before, tracking the origin of web leads in much greater detail, and efficiently routing web leads automatically to their appropriate internal business units and sales partners.
Frontend Designer: Staccato Creative Backend Developer: Cast Iron Coding