SourcingLine, a Washington, DC-based research firm, has published new research on leading web designers, web developers, and leading digital agencies. The Shimshock Group has been named by SourcingLine as a top web design and development company, and was placed in their "Leaders Matrix."
The Shimshock Success Methodology
Our Shimshock Success methodology emphasizes reducing releases into discrete and manageable phases of work. Doing so accelerates the achievement of benefits, and mitigates overall risk.
An iterative approach is set as the project’s foundation during the initial design process. The full vision of a platform is architected, and a roadmap is created to identify functionality that provides the highest value for the least effort, lowest risk, and reduced cost. Customer satisfaction is at the center of our work.
"The Shimshock Group is our go-to partner... [they] have a very strong understanding of our business goals and clear ability to translate them into actionable solutions."
-- Jesse Jameson, BetterNetworker CEO
We work with a variety of advanced technologies to maximize your customer relationships, including Drupal for content management, Alfresco for enterprise document and media management, Node.js for web application development, Magento for eCommerce, Appcelerator for mobile solutions, and Marketo for digital marketing and analytics. We also have deep experience in both consumer and corporate social media platforms such as Yammer, HootSuite, and Sprout Social.
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We wanted to share with our friends and those who visit the site some of the learnings we've had over the years. We hope this brief list can help others in achieving their online and eCommerce goals.
I wanted to offer an assessment of a report I recently read which analyzes freelance opportunities for the design and development of Content Management Systems (CMS). The report examines freelance work performed in Q3 2010 using WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal.
The report was written by DoNanza, a search engine focused on work-from-home and freelance jobs. In its Work-From-Home Market Trends Report for the third quarter, DoNanza proclaims that "most CMS sites use WordPress while the largest budgets go to Drupal developers".