Iowa State University Awards Pixo to Build Multi-Site Concrete5 Websites for Iowa Public Libraries

Pixo Web Design & Strategy in proud to announce that it was awarded a multi-site concrete5 CMS project by Iowa State University for the State Library of Iowa and Iowa public libraries websites.  Pixo will provide project management, implementation, website design and development of a model or template library site and consulting for continuation of a multi-site concrete5 web hosting environment.   


SILO is a sponsored program at Iowa State University providing technology services to the State Library of Iowa. SILO services hosts over 300 web sites for public libraries throughout Iowa.  This project will utilize the latest and unreleased version of the concrete5 content management system which includes multi-site functionality.  This will be the largest deployment on multi-site known done outside of the concrete5 team.  

"We are very excited to work with Iowa State University and the State Library of Iowa on this project," said Jamie Johnson, President of Pixo Web Design & Strategy.  "We look forward in utilizing some of our latest, cutting edge technologies to not only enhance user experiences, but also allow the Iowa Public Libraries tools to allow them to not only manage their websites, but also save time and money in creating these new websites."

The new concrete5 multi-site allows organizations to deploy multiple websites into a single concrete5 installation.  So organizations can manage a few to  hundreds of websites from a enterprise level content management system that is both administrators and developer friendly.   Pixo is the first know web development company to utilize the platform outside of the concrete5 team who have used the multi-site content management for the United States Army and more recently for BASF.

Pixo Web Design & Strategy has worked Fortune 500 companies and small to medium sized business with award winning websites that utilize the concrete5 content management system for over 10 years.



For more information about this blog or Concrete5 please contact Jamie Johnson.