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Giulio barbieri and RedTurtle Technology: a winning partnership

Jan 23, 2012

Giulio Barbieri, the world-noted modular coverings brand from Ferrara, launches its new Plone portal
Giulio barbieri and RedTurtle Technology: a winning partnership

Giulio Barbieri portal

From the collaboration with RedTurtle, the new Giulio Barbieri portal is born, conceived to offer the Customers of the successful brand from Ferrara every information about the products and projects of the prestigious firm.

Deserving mention, the fact that - thanks to an adequate Plone training delivered by RedTurtle - the business could autonomously define and implement the graphics part, complementing the development work by RedTurtle, who created a website with better functionality and performance than the previous, and above all with an improved content management capability for the editorial office.

The real time search of product subcategories, the multi-language implementation (in full-swing, supported languages will be no less than five) and the use of Diazo, the technology that lets Plone use a theme based on a static HTML page, qualify this project, based on free software and thus without license costs.

RedTurtle will propose this formula to other firms, inside and outside our region.

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