Why we develop Umbraco sites



Posted on 03 Mar 2020, by Joseph D'Souza

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We have many tools at our disposable for developing the right website for the job. When our customer's requirements call for enterprise level reliability and the freedom to create radically bespoke functionality, then we think there's no better option than the Umbraco CMS. And, we're an Umbraco Registered Partner too!

Reliability

The Umbraco CMS is written using Microsoft's ASP & C# .NET framework, which is a robust choice that's stood the test of time. Code is pre-compiled to catch critical errors before the code can be released. It's easy to test with automated unit-testing, so we can monitor our websites just in case something breaks. Best of all, high load and user traffic is well taken care of by Microsoft's infrastructure of server tools, making server load a piece of cake!

Security

One of the things you rarely hear is vulnerabilities in the Umbraco CMS. In the last 8 years I can only remember one high priority update to plug a security hole, which is refreshing compared to the amount of security related headlines for some other CMS's that I've seen in just this week alone. They take a strong stance on security to ensure that their lovingly create CMS is well defended from rogue parties up to no good!

Bespoke development

Every business case we work with is unique and when the requirements are deeply complex, then bespoke development is the only way to create a solution that fits like a glove. With Umbraco we can offer a great suite to manage our solution and it also allows us the extensibility and freedom to be creative. We've created many Umbraco "packages" over the years that enable our customer's ability to work smarter and all from the comfort of a veteran CMS.



We're an Umbraco Registered Partner and we love talking about new Umbraco systems, so if you'd like to know more about how we can create or support an existing system, give us a shout!

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