Download a demo version of our portal software. This version has some record limits of 50 records per a table, and has a powered by SEP City that can not be removed from the top of the pages. If you have and questions then please contact us.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: SepCity is an integrated Web portal software solution and Content Management System application (CMS). It is designed for the end user to have complete control of their business Internet or Intranet website without any knowledge of HTML or other programming languages. SepCity's website development coupled with a sophisticated yet user-friendly Content Management System (CMS), offers the most comprehensive solution for your company or organization’s website needs.
SepCity is an innovative portal application offering a bold new approach to how businesses utilize websites and Content Management Systems (CMS). We have successfully integrated cost-effective Internet WYSIWYG website portal building software and a Web site content management tool into a single user-friendly and cost-effective software solution. SepCity was developed strictly around the needs of the end user. Other companies offer portal software solutions that are prohibitively priced or else would require a programmer to create your portal application as well as to include any necessary updates.
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