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Specializing in custom developing projects using available open source projects.

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Employees: 1-5 Established: 1998 Joined: 2009

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Founded in 1998 and based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Website Development Co. (Webco) forges its mission statement on providing individuals, businesses and organizations of all sizes a full range internet services with professional integrity and assurance. Specializing in custom developing projects using available open source projects such as Joomla, OSCommerce, Magento, and Sugar CRM. Webco also offers web design services, search engine optimization, and hosting.

Industry Sectors

Building & Construction

Tends to work with

Corporation / Public Company

General location of clients:

Milwaukee Waukesha Kenosha Madison Green Bay Sheyboygan

Content Management System:

We currently specialize in using Joomla. We have been actively using Joomla since before the the project forked from Mambo for handling content management systems. We now use Joomla in tandem with other components to offer e-commerce, social networking apps, groupware websites. Using our advanced PHP skills, we are able to expand on the current stable releases to offer truly customized websites and applications for our clients.

Recent Projects

  • Gator Tool

    Gator Tool

    Gator Tool offers professional concrete tools for contractors and consumers. Their wide range of tools cover large construction jobs to small detailing around the home. Their website allows for visitors to choose different sizes and features per product. Their website was developed using Joomla to h... Read More


Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : open, professional, reliable, affordable, flexible

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : We see ourselves staying on top of trends of open source development. We are also very interested in application development from popular APIs from sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well as SMS and mobile capabilities.

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