We’re proud to announce that TBI Vision, the industry magazine for the TV business has just relaunched using WordPress and interconnect/it’s section based enhancements. The design has a deceptively simple look and feel that, once you explore some more, reveals a great deal of custom functionality. As the client gets used to working with the platform and system we expect… continue reading ⇢
We recently developed a new site for the Foundation Trust Governor’s Association (or simply FTGA) which allowed for an easy self-hosted and self-managed yet sophisticated website. Social Structure The site uses bbPress and ties together a number of custom functions. We’ll be following up with a full write-up in due course for our Portfolio, but for now, why not take… continue reading ⇢
Informa Telecoms & Media are a large and growing division within Informa, the publishing and events giant. Since the launch of the interconnect/it developed Telecoms.com, they have increasingly used WordPress to deliver business critical websites.
When NATS wanted a new corporate site with a broad range of content which could be easily managed, they turned to WordPress for a reason. The excellent results are there to be seen.
Interconnect IT’s news orientated WordPress technology has been implemented in the relaunched Telecoms.com site. Telecoms.com is considered to be the telecoms industry’s leading news, opinion and analysis website. It is produced by the Telecoms & Media group within Informa plc – a major operator in the information business with over 8000 staff in over 40 countries.
Willows Mallorca were one of our first clients and needed a new site to help reflect their success and to attract a broader range of clients.
One of our clients is the Georgia Energy Efficiency Programme with their website at http://energocredit.ge – and nice people they are too. Now, Georgia, in case you don’t know, is a small former USSR state between Turkey and Russia. Relations between Georgia and Russia have never been brilliant, and there’s a lot of complex politics going on which I won’t… continue reading ⇢