Information System Automation Engineering CMS


Automation engineering projects incorporate Internet/Intranet accessible, access-controlled Administrative User Interfaces (UIs) and server-based data structure to provide clients with secure, lightweight Content Management Systems suitable for dynamic publication of their topical and timely information.
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No Coding Skills Required
Browser forms-based administration is accomplished by simple text entry or cut-and-paste from existing resource materials. Clientele include the Society of Design Administration – Seattle, affiliate of the national professional service organization providing administrative support for Architectural, Design, and Engineering firms, and Motek, Inc., who’s business is intellectual properties.

Both are in fact e-commerce websites. SDA-Seattle has no local office but rather relies on their virtual presence to notify members and others interested of meeting times and places, events such as its charitable CANSTRUCTION® benefiting local Food Banks, training sessions, etc. Though a non-profit organization, their site was developed so they could provide supported firms with on-line classified advertising – not incidentally revenue generating, whereas Motek retails its proprietary property security products and therefore incorporates online ordering.

Collaborative Ventures
The W3Portal Systems™ were developed in close collaboration with respective clients to meet their specific information management needs, and both are beneficiaries of PaintingsForAnimals, that is Pearson Wallace-Hoyt who brought considerable design sensibility to their UIs. He deserves kudos for providing SDA-Seattle a look-and-feel truly bespeaking the professionalism to which they aspire, and Motek, Inc. with a suitably substantial site for its Scarecrow®, WindowGuard™, and other property security product lines. Please peruse these client websites for information about their unique services and products.