26.09.2006 : iNHouse PR website goes live
iNHouse PR is a London-based PR company specialising in creative and innovative approaches to PR for businesses that may not have a history of strong PR representation. The site was designed and developed by Transition Media using the XML Infinity server platform.
Director at iNhouse PR, Jo Tanner says, "We could tell you a hundred things we love and hate about websites but designing your own is a whole different matter. The team helped us from concept to functionality and we owe them a huge debt of gratitude. So much of our company's identity was developed through their patience and creativity - we couldn't recommend them highly enough".
Andrew Fisher, Chief Architect explains further about the system they went with, "The iNHouse PR site is exactly the sort of site that benefits from the XML Infinity system. The staff at iNHouse have the ability to change all of their content as they need to without any recourse to us as developers which will save them time and money, they also have a tool that will grow with them as their business grows so they aren't going to be spending huge amounts down the line either."
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