Website design and CMS for EOI Blanes
Because the previous good experience with other schools, as EOI Drassanes, EOI Vall d'Hebron, EOI Maresme, etc.., the official school of languages of Blanes has relied on our services to develop their new website, compatible with mobile devices, with an advanced content management platform CMS with the aim from the school will update the web page content.
The official language school of Blanes was opened September 2003 on the initiative of the Education Department of the Generalitat de Catalunya. It is a public, non-university teaching modern languages imparting specialized teaching regulated by Organic Law of Education (LOE).
Needs and goals
After the previous excellent experience with others customers who were also official language school (EOI), EOI Blanes contacted us with an urgent need to have a complete Web site that could respond to the requests of their students of the 3 languages that were teaching at the school: offer all the information about the courses, warn of the teachers absences of last minute, carrying out administrative managments online, report news of the school, cultural activities, etc.
We have developed a full web tool so as to mainly speed up all the informative and administrative processes with the students, reducing costs, time and overload of work of the personnel.
Besides, it has Web CMS content management systems, with which the school personnel, both autonomously and instantaneously, may perform all kinds of modifications in its Webpage: text, images, documents, links, etc. All of these without having previous technical knowledge, since the application is identical, both in interface and use, to the well-known Microsoft Word program.
the customer says...
“Compared to other offers, we chose Xplora for their experience and price.
There has been a really good communication with them all time, both during development and after it, which makes that we have achieved a good result.
We have high confidence in them and we highly recommend their services.”
Pilar Martí, EOI Blanes