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Ecommerce, CRM, and CMS specializes in implementing web Ecommerce, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Content Management Systems (CMS). Whenever possible, Open Source softwares are used for the project implementation. This strategy removes software license fees and hence reduces the development cost, as the softwares are now under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

We also specialize in Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Designing and implementing a website is essential for any business in the Information Age. However, what value can the website generate if others do not know about it or cannot find it?

Increasingly, the web is becoming an important channel for marketing. To effectively make use of the web for business, we have the strategy, software, hardware, and infrastructure to make this work.


Ecommerce, CRM, CMS Solutions and Open Source Trends

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Automated cron backup thru email

This is a process to automate the backup of the Mambo MySQL database and send the backup data to an offsite destination for safe storage through email.

I was looking for an automated, simple and fast way to keep my database safe. Specifically, I wanted to find:

1) A fast way to backup my data.

2) Easy process to transfer the data out of my web host server to an external destination.

3) Automate the whole process.


The Future of IT is Automation

To meet the demands of the 'agile enterprise', IT departments must crunch ever-increasing volumes of data. But to do this effectively and become agile in its own right, IT will need ever-increasing layers of automation.

The one thing you can count on to be constant is change, especially in business. And, as the pace of business change continues to accelerate, organizations need to be increasingly agile in the face of sudden market shifts, new competition, changing customer behaviors, cascading mergers and acquisitions, and fast-evolving technologies and standards.


Singapore LETAS Grants Help SMEs to Implement Ecommerce Systems

If you are a local business in Singapore, your company may able to use the Local Enterprise Technical Assistance Scheme (LETAS) to help offset IT ecommerce consultancy and implementation costs by up to 50%. The Singapore government is actively helping local Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) improve capability developments in order to meet a fast-changing and technologically savvy world. 


Internet Marketing for Singapore SMEs using Spring LETAS Grants

Internet marketing has become an important competitive edge for businesses nowadays. However, to implement an effective ecommerce presence for a Small Medium Enterprise (SME) can prove to be very challenging indeed.

One solution is to explore the various government grants and resources that your country provides for promoting online business. Here in Singapore, the LETAS grants by Spring Singapore may just be that extra help to enable various SMEs to go online.

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  • Canadian Small Businesses Find Getting Good Exposure Online a Challenge

    GoDaddy survey respondents identified search engine optimization (SEO) as the most useful digital marketing tool, yet don't understand how it works TORONTO, Oct. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY), the world's largest technology provider ...
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    Scientists have developed a new form of 'chemical search engine' which could provide clues to the origins of life on Earth. In a new paper published today (Wednesday 7 October) in the journal Nature Communications, a team from the University of Glasgow's ...

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