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University academic departments have some unique challenges when it comes to their websites. They typically have few, if any, marketing resources, and all too often their websites are built by volunteers from within the department. We applaud the volunteers for their energy and enthusiasm, but unfortunately they generally lack the skills to create an outstanding website.
In the 7 years since we created the Webvanta Cloud CMS, we've been running on a set of dedicated servers. Very soon, we'll be moving to the Amazon Web Services infrastructure, setting the stage for the next round of improvements to the system.
Are you an outstanding developer with a passion for delivering great web and mobile experiences? Webvanta is growing, and we have two developer openings: one for a front-end developer, and another for a back-end developer with Ruby on Rails and server ops experience.
In any system that uses database-driven pages, you need to pass database identifiers along with the URLs. We've recently added several new features to the Webvanta system to give you more control than ever before over how this is done.
As Foley Family Wines has grown to encompass 34 brands, the sheer amount of marketing collateral became hard to manage. Working with designer Ginny Laughlin of Athena Design Group, Webvanta built a custom site that provides easy access to thousands of pieces of marketing collateral for the salespeople, distributors, and retailers of all these brands.
Open-sourcesoftware has made an enormous impact on the web. From operating systemsto database software, open-source software has been a driving forcebehind the growth of the web. Despiteall the benefits of open-source software, however, its advocates oftenunderestimate its costs and fail to recognize the value of alternatives.For many applications, SaaS solutions—which typically are built upon an open-source foundation but include a substantial layer of proprietary software—better meet users' needs.
We recently worked with designer and project manager Tyler Wantulok to build a deal-of-the-day site, EponME,initially serving the Bozeman, Montana area. By leveraging three existing hosted systems—Webvanta, Foxycart, and MailChimp—Tyler was able to deliver his clients a very effective, custom deal-of-the-day site for a fraction of what a custom web app would have cost.