We set the bar pretty high. After all, our goal is to create a TYPO3 solution capable of meeting all our clients' expectations from a modern Enterprise Web Content Management system, while, at the same time, fully satisfying our own particular standards! Our colleagues, experienced TYPO3 developers and certified Zend Framework programmers, give our clients the assurance and certitude that even their most sophisticated projects can be realized to the most refined level with the combined know-how and talent of AOE media.
The license-free TYPO3 Enterprise Web Content Management system, with its almost unlimited potential for the creation of flexible, self-programmed, self-installed extensions designed to meet the individual demands of a company, can in fact conceal immense dangers: poorly or carelessly programmed code during extension development, or a shoot-from-the-hip attitude to TYPO3 conversion, can lead to considerable problems, not only for those operating more complex web platforms!
When applying maintenance fixes, or when subsequently re-launching, such “dirty” code can lead to significant inefficiencies in lost working time and additional costs. That makes it all the more important when deciding to go for TYPO3, that you chose a service provider who can ensure, from conception and installation to extension development, that everything will be done in accordance with measurable quality guidelines and professional standards, right the way through to project completion.
Our quality guidelines ensure that our development teams have concrete specifications for all aspects of their work on a TYPO3 project: whether for Templating, working with TemplaVoila, Backend structure, extension development, testing or any other necessary step, we provide the appropriate guides. That's because the quality of our work, and therefore the satisfaction of our customers, is constantly our number one concern. To take on a job for purely commercial reasons and then let the pressure of unreasonable deadlines due to poor planning or sloppy project management compromise the quality of our work … well, for us that's absolutely out of the question!