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Robin Rolfe Resources Launches New Website

From the New Jersey Web Designers

Jan 01, 2007


Cyber X Designs is proud to announce the launch of the newly redesigned Robin Rolfe Resources website. The site was designed to incorporate existing branding with a powerful and flexible content management system.

Cyber X Designs chose the Joomla content management system because of wide array of custom components and modules. Joomla provides a flexible robust frame work perfectly suited for rapid development of custom functionality. The RRR website includes new feed aggregation using the Feed Gator component and custom forms using the PhilaForm component. Cyber X Designs provides LAMP web hosting for RRR. LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.

Robin Rolfe Resources provides custom management consulting services to law firms, law departments and providers serving the legal profession. Their clients include regional, national and global practices of all sizes and types, located in the U.S. and throughout the world.

They consult on a wide range of issues challenging contemporary law practice and today's lawyers, including strategic planning, practice management, business development (business position and reputation in corporations), organizational dynamics and professional development.

Robin Rolfe Resources is a New Jersey based company with an office in Fort Lee, NJ. Just minutes from the George Washington Bridge. Their address is 2125 Center Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ 07024.

Robin Rolfe Resources chose Cyber X Designs, a New Jersey Web Design company, based on our reputation and excellent design.


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