Our Umbraco Certified Partner status is a kind of guarantee.
It shows you we have the skills and knowledge to do a mighty fine job on your website.
We’ll build, tailor and customise an Umbraco CMS for your specific website requirements.
You see, our developers had to attend the demanding official Umbraco training courses to become Certified Umbraco Developers.
They’re also required to attend on-going training courses to keep their knowledge and skills bang up to date.
As an Umbraco certified development agency, we can now benefit from using the official Umbraco partner badge - a visual seal of approval.
We also benefit from being listed on the Partner Index on umbraco.com.
All good publicity.
Plus, we have access to further excellent training, tutorials and support.
Hopefully, it means we stand out from the crowd.
(This website you're looking at now is built using Umbraco too.)
Here are just a few reasons why our clients love Umbraco CMS…
Not only do you get all the above benefits, but we've built a special start-up project too.
This builds on the existing basic Umbraco features and makes it even more secure and stable.
By the way, because Umbraco’s based on the Microsoft .NET platform, we can host it ourselves.
So, no cloud hosting or third-party hosts required.
Which may not seem that exciting to you, but trust me, it’ll make your project a whole lot simpler to implement.
Plus, you’ll have direct access to our in-house infrastructure team.
They’ll manage all your hosting, domain name and server requirements.
They’re a clever bunch.
All beards and helpfulness.
Again, no third parties to complicate matters.
Now, it’s fair to say that our hirsute infrastructure team would rather have to manage the servers in some far away, exotic location.
Preferably near a beach.
And a cocktail bar.
But our servers are, sadly for them, all in London Telehouse Docklands and High Wycombe.
Admittedly not very exotic, but much more convenient.
We could go on for a very long time about all the other ways you’ll benefit from an Umbraco CMS.
But, it’s probably easier (and more interesting) to show you.