WHERE DOES THIS SHOW UP?
Robust web solutions for complex websites.
We take websites to the next level.
What makes a website “Enterprise-level”?
A Higher Purpose
A basic website has a single purpose: displaying content. The purpose of an enterprise-level website is that it goes beyond merely displaying information. It creates information by analyzing data from different sources.
Enterprise-level websites integrate with many processes and data streams. An enterprise-level website will employ industrial-scale infrastructure such as advanced encryption, customer relationship management, project management, or integration with other enterprise systems to ensure smooth and secure operation.
The functionality of an enterprise-level website is purpose-created to enhance the performance, scalability, and robustness of an organization’s operations. That could be an e-commerce supply chain, university course enrollments, or a customer service interaction.
Types of enterprise-level websites
Websites that act as marketplaces require advanced functionality. Not just because a bug can mean lost revenue or angry customers, but also because of the need to manage relationships between inventory, buyers, sellers, prices, and promotional activities.
Universities, government agencies, and large corporations can enlist thousands of people, all of whom might be coordinating many projects to advance a common goal. Depending on the nature of the institution, there may be a need to have meeting scheduling, program enrollment, or contact directory functionality.
Online communities allow people with common interests to connect with each other. Depending the nature of that interest, an enterprise-level website will need to integrate specialized functionality to accomodate an online community’s needs. A dating website, for instance, may integrate personality tests to determine matches.
- Visitors don’t just passively consume content. They contribute content or request services.
- Multiple data streams interact and combine.
- Coordinate large numbers of people.
- Employ functionality that hasn’t been coded as a plugin for your content management system.
- Automate repetitive tasks that are based on processing data from the internet.
- Large amounts of new content are being added and old content is being archived.
11 11: Business acumen and web savvy under one roof
Years of experience with seriously complex projects
11 11’s list of past clients includes universities, large corporations, non-profits, and government agencies. We not only have the techinical experise to create enterprise-level websites, but experience of dealing with complex organizational procedures. That means the project makes its way through board rooms and committees more quickly.
Your choice of content management system
Both WordPress and Drupal are popular backend solutions with vibrant open source developer communities. Depending on what kind of solution your organization requires, we can use the system most appropriate to your needs.
We’re right there with you after launch—and beyond
There are several ways to contact us in the event of a bug, update, or question. Maintenance plans are also available so that your website stays in tip-top shape in the months and years after the development phase.