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A POS (point of sale) system manages the transactions that happen in your brick and mortar stores while Magento handles everything online. In order to combine all of the inventory, pricing, financials, reports, etc… across these retail presences, you may be thinking about integrating your POS and Magento.


Let’s say you have a Drupal site and an eCommerce store built into that Drupal site that has been steadily growing. In addition to the hundreds of pages of content that you manage with Drupal, you now are also managing hundreds of unique SKU’s and it’s getting messy. It is probably time to consider an integration with Drupal as CMS and Magento as your eCommerce solution.


If your organization is like most, you have a to do list as long as your arm, but nowhere near enough people or resources to accomplish everything. Your website can either be a source of stress – requiring manual effort to sync data and complete work flows – or it can be an asset – automating membership updates and donation information and helping you to advance your mission on a broad scale.


When thinking about a new web project, many organizations are fearful when they hear the word “custom”. For them, custom means expensive. Custom modules aren’t always a time or money pit though and can be a great asset to your site if you choose your customization wisely.


When developing a website, there are so many different things to consider. From content to functionality to design, there is a lot that must be decided and a lot that can be overlooked. Membership-driven organizations have an additional level of complexity...


If you have a publication, you’re probably already offering content online or at least seriously evaluating what it takes to get there. For most magazines, newspapers, and other publications, a simple online image of the printed version just won’t cut it...


It's easy to get overwhelmed by the different choices available when selecting a web platform or content management system (CMS) for your nonprofit. Open source or proprietary? WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Sitecore, DotNetNuke, Kentico...which one do you choose?


There are racks upon racks of servers in every room of the datacenter. Hundred foot Ethernet cables purchased by the 53’ truckload deliver ones and zeroes in carefully orchestrated paths. There is a purpose for every end-to-end connection proffered by these cables. Data transfer. Internet. Communication. They are the post-modern representation of human veins, sending information back and forth between a practically uncountable number of processing machines (OK the datacenter tech team probably knows, in all fairness).


Are you a developer tasked with creating a complex integrated enterprise system? Overwhelmed? Wondering where to start? Read on.