Providing Enterprise Level Solutions for Smaller Businesses
Where content is the key!You have a small company and maybe you are already on the Web. Are you happy with your current setup? Do you think you should be offering improved services to your internal employees or external customers? Are you able to update your own content without calling tech-support? Up until now most Enterprise Systems Solutions available have been geared towards big business and government. Eckford Solutions can identify your needs and provide a perfect match solution for current and ongoing requirements. We don't just deliver and then disappear. We'll be there when requirements change and you want an adjustment. We'll stand by when you re-evaluate your current business model. Changes are more than welcome! Eckford realizes that standing by in growth is a forward looking reality. With over 20 years of Federal Government and Enterprise Solutions experience, Eckford Solutions can now focus on small to medium sized businesses and provide an affordable and customized solution to your Business Requirements. We'll apply our big business management solutions and take you there one step at a time. No rush, unless YOU are in a hurry.
Content Management Systems (CMS)
A well designed Content Management System automates site content management. It allows you, the non-technical author or manager to contribute articles directly into the system with a custom user interface. This custom user interface can be designed to meet your individual needs and it minimizes potential errors or inconsistensies in the publishing process.
Let the CMS work for you, not you for the CMS.
Many individuals and organizations want a killer web site, but have no idea that Drupal is a great way to build one or to connect with other websites.
-- Dries Buytaert
Four tips for building better apps for government
The biggest problem is not budgetary, legal, or policy constraints, although those sure don’t help much—it's about process. It’s a matter of doing things right from day one. It's a matter of doing less, not more. Government CIOs should be thinking smaller, not bigger; setting their sights lower, not higher; and strategizing away from organization-wide change in favor of quick, tangible wins that we can all share.