We've been helping clients as diverse as Honeywell, ITI, Gartner, Roadchef, Nikken and some of the world's leading Auctioneers with corporate web CMS solutions since 2006
Our digital strategy experts consult with you to determine the best solution for your project, we can then work with your in-house teams or our teams to deliver creative UI solutions and technical SEO.
Our front end team build solutions that are non-technical user friendly and our back end programmers will link up your various API's and back office technologies to deliver an agile product solution with full 'scrum' methodology.
Most recently we have become experts in the highly intuitive and user friendly WebFlow CMS platform and are happy to provide a full suite of services to clients looking to utilise this fast growing CMS/Ecommerce platform.
We've worked on some very complex CMS projects for corporate clients over the years, take look at our case studies below and contact us for more information on how we can help you.
The Smart Energy division at Honeywell needed a robust multi-lingual ready CMS solution with a dynamic product catalogue based on their corporate web styles for the US market.
Star Digital provided strategic consultancy, design, build and deployment along with technical SEO on the WordPress platform.
The Institute of Translation & Interpreting needed an open source enterprise level CMS solution for their membership organisation that linked to MS Dynamics to manage membership, events, CPD and provide a powerful content marketing platform.
Star Digital built a solution on the Joomla! CMS platform.
With over 30 locations across the UK Roadchef needed a robust enterprise level CMS that could also drive a daily deals POS mobile app.
Star Digital designed and built the solution, ensuring it was full mobile responsive and linked to an iOS and Android app also developed by Star.
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