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Of course, as a self-employed TYPO3 developer I am really well positioned in my domain, but in adjacent areas I may lack some expertise and so I like to fall back on the competent support of partners and third-party providers from my network.
In return, I also like to support other agencies if there is a problem or if there is simply not enough manpower or expertise in a certain domain. As a rule, the cooperation is based on the "white label" approach, the end customer then only has to deal with the contracted service provider and does not have to deal with two parties.
Do you need assistance with an extensive and/or time-critical project for your agency? Feel free to send me an e-mail: tw(at)typoniels.de
Always hire the agency for new content on the company website? Not with TYPONiels. For customer projects, I offer a solid and easily maintainable basis with the use of user-friendly content management systems such as TYPO3, Neos or WordPress, with which new content can be entered directly via the web browser and changes can be made quickly and inexpensively by yourself.
After completion of the project, you will receive the access data from me and, if required, individual training in the content management system of your company's web presence.
So that your new website also remains technically up to date:
For the technical further development and the import of security updates, new LTS versions and backups, I am still available to you by means of a maintenance contract.
You can find more information in the Content Management section.
The technological basis is a primarily important decision in a project and should always be very well considered - an unfavorable technology decision can cost you dearly sooner or later and in the worst case even ensure that your company is no longer competitive on the market due to limitations of the technology.
In general, therefore, you should always assume that the technology/software will not be the right one for all use cases and that an analysis is always required. At TYPONiels, I usually always conduct a detailed analysis together with the customer before starting new projects, which then includes an evaluation of future viability, scalability, maintainability, extensibility and, of course, security. This analysis saves a lot of time and money later.
I will be happy to advise you in a non-binding consultation.
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