• Netformic
  • TYPO3
  • TYPO3 is a content management system for digital business solutions, such as corporate websites and service portals. A combination of website and online shop, also named content & commerce, is with TYPO3 and a shop technology like Shopware or OXID eSales realisable. NETFORMIC offers you the full sevice package for succesful ecommerce and portal solutions with TYPO3. We advise, produce, design, programm and merchandise websites, portals and online shops based on the enterprise content management system TYPO3.

    We work with TYPO3 CMS, TYPO3 Neos, TYPO3 Extbase, TYPO3 Flow, TYPO3 Fluid and TYPO3 Surf. With the content management system TYPO3 it is possible to dispose the administration justice individual.

    Content-Management with TYPO3

    Connection of website and shop in one system and realisation of digital portals 

    Shop and website in one system

    We combine with TYPO3 content & commerce – The information comes above an TYPO3 CMS (content management system), the purchasing happen on OXID eSales or Shopware basis – all in one system.

    B2B and B2C service portals

    TYPO3 is the ideal system for companies, who will offer his customers the suitable online service and digital informations. End customer like business customer can be coached optimally in seperate areas.

    NETFORMIC offers you competent TYPO3 experts from all areas

    We dispose about a long time experience with the open source management system TYPO3. Since 2002 we have realised 100 different projects with TYPO3, on the reason of this experience we dispose about a huge expertise in the implementation of exigent TYPO3 online solutions. Whether web portal for customers and partner, corporate website with interesting features or with an integrated online shop.

    • Guidance, conception & web design
    • TYPO3 programming & updates
    • Enterprise content management advancement & technical optimisation
    • Integration of extentions. For example the efficent Apache Solr-Search
    • Own programming and adaption of extensions