OpenXcell to Outsource CMS technology for Complete Web Solution

To meet the client's demand for web solution OpenXcell Technolabs is now offering solution through open source technology. The firm will assign developers to meet the project's CMS needs.

Online PR News – 16-October-2010 – – Emerging demand for content management system in offering web based solution has now got the acceptance from OpenXcell Technolabs. However, as per a common entrepreneur based survey organic SEO services and CMS technologies are always welcomed by everyone big heartedly. Seeing the demand and need for CMS in the entire world, OpenXcell has completely divulged its services inclining towards open source technologies.

OpenXcell Technolabs is the web solution services provider firm. Apart from web services, the firm even offers mobile application development services and internet marketing services globally.

"We will be dealing with three major open source technologies typically Joomla, Drupal and WordPress. We have analyzed the top scale entrepreneurs who deal online and it has been estimated that, most of them are concerned with robust, user friendly and easily manipulative technology that can support their website's major requirements. While we consider every to and fro of their requirements we could have just imagined nothing but open source content management system" as per one of the marketing executives, Mr. Aashish Parmar of OpenXcell Technolabs.

OpenXcell is however opting for the complete web solution and therefore offering its services starting from analyzing the requirement to deployment. The firm mainly focuses on quality of services and customer satisfaction therefore, prioritizes the project deadline and delivers the projects on time.

To deal with every issue however, the firm offers dedicated developers who share their expertise to meet the business' requirements and customer's expectations.

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