Here we present some of the projects were itechWorks provided software and service for major Internet web projects.
cmsWorks for the community portal "Munich in Second Life". Objectives were: Safe delegation of task to a team of editors, access and maintanance without special software to be installed, easy administration with virtually no training, event calendar, integration of free tools (Blogger, Google Calendar, Google Maps, Google Analytics, Flickr, YouTube), preparation for additional languages.
Relaunch of the youth portal with cmsWorks, the CMS by itechWorks. Objectives were: Unique web design, simple usage, super fast website and synchronous data exchange with content partners. BRAVOSport.de gets most of its sports news from SPOX.com. In a fully automated manner content shows up on BRAVOSport.de as soon as it released on SPOX.com., without compromising the content-related choice and flexibility of the editorial team of BRAVOsport.de.
Development of an internet sports portal with many web 2.0 features, picture and video shows and unseen integration of user generated content. SPOX.com is a fresh approach to sport portals. Funded by pay TV station Premiere SPOX.com embraces the opportunities of web 2.0 combined with a professional editorial team.
Development of web services and back end applications for the intranet of electronicscout24. We created intranet web interfaces for input and updating data of electronicscout24 - vendors via web services. The solution was based on both internal frameworks and open source.
Development of the internet portal www.fussball.de having the complete responsibility. The fussball.de portal is the largest football/soccer sports data service worldwide and covers over 26.000 German clubs and their 3.5 million players from the Deutscher Fußball Bund (DFB). itechWorks worked out the complete specification, planned the technical infrastructure, data interfaces, application servers and caching. The portal was integrated in a CoreMedia CAP content and navigation framework.
The Internet site of Deutsches Sportfernsehen (DSF) has been overhauled and redesigned. Backward compatibility of data structures is ensured and workflows of editorial staff were re-implemented.
Development of internal and external applications for the Content Management System of Sport1.de. Integration of additional databases to the workflow of editorial staff.