Recently, it has become common practice to construct websites using a database-driven infrastructure, usually a content management system or blogging software. WordPress is probably the most prevalent example of this type of system. MIS is well-versed in WordPress, and most of the new websites we build are based on that architecture.
Outside The Box
While WordPress and other systems like it, such as Joomla, Drupal etc., are database driven, their mainstream popularity means that apps written for these systems are oriented toward adding functionality that has a broad appeal. Custom database applications to fit unique needs are usually ignored.
That’s OK if you’re a small business that operates exactly like lots of others, but if you have any unique or unusual operations that you would like to be able to do over the web, you may find yourself out of luck, unless you can find a company that can design and build web-based database applications to suit your specific requirements. A company like MIS.
Examples of Custom Database Apps
- Product Information
- Customer Support Systems
- Employee Information
- Multi-tier Site Access Control
- Inventory Control
- Unique Content Management