What we do
MD Consuling is a consultancy and software provider with a strong focus on wikis and document management systems used to build rich user driven information portals in corporate environments.
As a full service provider we not only concentrate on the technical stage but also help our clients to overcome the initial hurdles of a project that involves different stakeholders and user groups. As part of our offerings, we provide the expertise to review and analyze systems regularly to make sure that they still fulfill business requirements.
What we think
Our vision is to help organizations to secure their knowledge being gathered over a long period of time and make it easily accessible in a quick and reliable way.
While covering the diverse experience and knowledge required in all phases, we are highly specialized in the tools we use in order to provide a thorough expertise on an expert level.
We believe that a streamlined and coherent approach is mandatory to provide the best service possible.
How we do it
A typical project comprises of a series of stages including initial analysis and planning, web design, web programming, information structuring and content filling by converting and importing existing data.
For larger projects it helps if we come by and discuss things at your place. In the case you are very far away a full remote service is offered as well. Being situated in Hamburg, Germany we have mainly been assigned to projects in Europe but also have been working in cooperation with local service providers in the United States, Argentina and Australia.
What we use
Our products are all based on the Foswiki Application Framework. Solutions created during the course of a project's lifetime directly flow back to Foswiki
As such our company operates in a commercial eco-system around Foswiki and related Open Source projects.
Over the past years this mode of combining community & commerce has helped to build a vital environment of innovation in various fields.
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