Monthly Archives: March 2013

Can You Successfully Offshore Drupal Development Work?

In the last 10 years or so we have witnessed huge changes in the way we do business, buy and sell goods and services and access services. The phenomenal growth of the Internet has made the world a small village today. Telecommuting is no longer a mere idea.

Recently I was talking with the Technical Director of one of the leading Drupal development companies in the Australia & NZ region. We discussed the possibility of working together and outsourcing Drupal development services to India. Continue Reading >>

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More Drupal Startups – the dream of Dries Buytaert


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In his Keynote address at the DrupalCon, Sydney, Dries Buytaert, the founder of Drupal talked at some length about his vision for the future. Continue Reading >>

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Our Magento Story


Our team first started working with e-Commerce web sites in the early part of the year 2000. We had our own shopping cart product by 2003 and its name was ‘Easyshopee Cart’ which had very basic features for a shopping cart software. Since then we have used both proprietary and open source products to deliver e-commerce solutions to our clients from around the world.

Most of the solutions in the market in the early 2000s were not sufficient to deliver great online stores. By the second half of the year 2007 our partners in overseas had great challenges regarding the features of ecommerce platform, pricing and technology they were using. After much discussions with our partners, we finally decided to develop an e-Commerce platform with our partners, invested together and spent around 50 man months for developing the new platform. The work was progressing very well. Continue Reading >>

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What is beyond Drupal 8?: WEM (Web Experience Management)


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And what exactly does WEM do, or what does it involve?

WEM aims to provide extraordinary user experiences to website visitors that lead to your visitors taking a desired action – from reading a certain content to playing a certain game to buying a certain product. WEM will also measure how effective various user experiences are, so as to make improvements as and when needed. Continue Reading >>

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What to expect in Drupal 8?


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In the second part of his keynote address at Drupalcon Sydney 2013, Dries spoke mainly about what to expect from Drupal 8.

While the release date for Drupal 8 has been set for September 2013, Dries explained that Drupal 8 will focus on three core audiences: developers, site visitors and authors. Continue Reading >>

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