The customer required the system to be built on open architecture so that new functionality and services could be easily added when needed.
Our customer continually searches for new business opportunities in the market. In 2002, our customer discovered a lack of top-notch news portals on the Web. The company made the decision to establish a large news portal that would capture news from numerous resources and become a viable competitor with multiple smaller Web portals.
- ● Java
- ● Java EE
- ● BEA WebLogic 7.0 Application Server
To attract as many portal visitors as possible, the customer required that the portal be accessible and used not only from Internet-connected PCs, but also from PDA devices and WAP-enabled phones.
Our customer required the system to be built on open architecture so that new functionality and services could be easily added when needed.
Axmor Software developers, together with the company, developed and launched a full scale news portal within 6 months. The news portal collects information from multiple news resources and ensures that users have a comprehensive look at events.
A user-friendly interface and handy navigation, the possibility of user registration and personalization, flexible subscription to free and paid-for information services ensure the portal attracts many new visitors every day.
The portal offers a rich toolkit for information customization and portal administration. In a few clicks, the portal administrator can add or delete new information fields, edit user information, delete registered users, and make news fields available to anonymous users and registered users.
A US-based IT company
A large news portal developed as a Java application and covering miscellaneous events is easily accessed with a wide range of devices, effectively administered and customized.
- ● Portal accessible from PC, PDA and WAP-enabled phones;
- ● Open portal architecture allows for easy customization and new functionality addition;
- ● Easy administration via a Web browser.