VAR Corporate Document Services (CDS) has won the contract to host the web site for the East of England Development Agency (EEDA).
CDS will use RedDot Solution’s Content Management Server to host the site which will replace EEDA’s current web site with a network of standalone web sites. A corporate portal will now bring together the latest news and content from across the network.
Vivienne Oxley, marketing team manager at EEDA, said. “Securing the collaboration of other organisations is critical, and the web is a crucial channel for our communications.”
Peter Aylward, managing director of RedDot Solutions, said: “This is the latest in a long line of joint customer wins with CDS, and is a great testament to our working relationship.”
Michael Collier, technical director at CDS, said: “The pipeline for 2006 is looking very promising.”
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