Open Source

Open Source

Businesses are increasingly aware of the benefits of Open Source versus proprietary software solutions and these technologies are continually being adopted on a large scale within their IT infrastructures.

The last generation OS products, such as, Magento, Joomla and WordPress, are now commonly employed for creating enterprise level eCommerce sites and web applications.

There are numerous benefits in adopting the most popular Open Source platforms, in particular:
  • Guarantee of system's quality thanks to the continuous upgrading and bug fixing work carried on by the Open source platform development team;
  • Reducing licensing costs;
  • Reducing the dependency on a single supplier;
  • Access to the application's source code;
  • General reduction in development costs, taking advantage of an existing software base;
  • Wide ranging availability of modules and extensions distributed by third parties;
Advanced Logic used Open Source technology on a wide range of projects and possesses an in-depth understanding of its potential.

For this reason, our staff is able to identify and recommend the OS solution best suited to your specific business needs and streamline development costs.

View the portfolio of our works and contact us to speak about your Project.
  • Magento Development

    The eCommerce sector is growing continually and an ever increasing number of companies is now commercially present online or is planning to arrange the opening of a digital sale channel.

  • Web sites
    For many sectors the website is a fundamental and essential tool for communication and business promotion and several types of businesses are now conducted exclusively online.
    CMS systems allow interventions on the site's navigation structure and on the life cycle of its contents, with the possibility of upgrades across the board in complete autonomy.
  • Open Source

    Businesses are increasingly aware of the benefits of Open Source versus proprietary software solutions and these technologies are continually being adopted on a large scale within their IT infrastructures.

  • WEB 2.0
    Digital applications are increasingly taking the form of interactive services and the Web 2.0 has given companies the possibility to offer users new functionalities in this regard.
  • Digital Marketing
    To exploit its potential to the maximum, an eCommerce site requires, first, a proper indexing in search engines and the fielding of actions to raise its visibility.


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