I was recently looking at enhancing our processes in regards to client/leads management and decided to have a look at SugarCRM. After a couple weeks of evaluation I came to the conclusion that our usage of it was very simple and not at all unlike the casetracker of Atrium.
Everyone loves the latest-greatest, especially geeks and especially when it comes to geek toys like operating systems. A co-worker, who will go unnamed, couldn't resist the urge to install Ubuntu 10.4 (Lucid) the moment it was released. Ah, the beautiful interface, the cool toys, the modernity, the.... ouch! Hey, what the $#@*, my web sites don't work?!?
Over the past few months, The Jibe has been hard at work on the re-launch of Namaste Publishing's website. We are proud to say that the site is now live!
Namaste Publishing is a successful Canadian-based publishing house with a worldwide presence. Their goal was to have a website that could be easily updated, with an online store and space for their customers to learn and share. Drupal, with its flexible content management and social media capabilities, and Übercart, a great contributed e-commerce suite, were an excellent match for this project.
The development and launch of Namaste Publishing's website was a collaborative effort between Boxcar Marketing, Raincity Studios, Lift Studios and Namaste Publishing. The Jibe was brought on to assist with the implementation of Übercart, as well as other development components such as data import, performance optimization, Views, and content type setup (requiring complex content relationships and specialized categorization and taxonomies).
The Jibe is very pleased to have recently launched the MyMacs.ca web site. The site was produced in conjunction with 612 Creative, who were the lead contractor and provided project management and graphic design, Blackwave Creative, who developed the Flash-based pirate game, and ourselves, who did the back-end web development, implemented the design, and provided the server system administration.
Recently, a client of ours asked us to provide functionality to their site that would automatically send out emails with an attachment on a regular basis. Quick research on email file attachments with Drupal proved to be very slim and inconclusive until I caught a related thread for the Notifications Add-ons project.