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Kiwi CMS company launches online studio

15 Aug 11

Kiwi Content Management System (CMS) provider Contegro has launched an online content management training studio, in a move the company says will enable further expansion of its product around the globe.


Based in Albany on Auckland’s North Shore, Contegro offers a CMS that allows designers to implement websites themselves, removing the developer from the set-up process.


The training studio will further enhance the appeal of the product, according to Contegro founder and CEO Vaughan Reed, as well as opening up a broader market for the company’s partners.


"Our Contegro partners are mainly graphic design firms who build websites for a local market,” Reed says.


"Interactive online training enables our partners to pitch for business anywhere in the world, knowing that their clients, who will be using the Contegro CMS within the websites they build, have the resources and support needed to use Contegro confidently.”


Go here to check out the training studio.

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