System 7 technology and services provide publishers with a new way to build and operate successful Web portals,
sister sites for print brands and online communities. The innovative software platform used by System 7 enables
the faster, more efficient, and more effective development and operation of revenue generative digital publications.
We provide a one stop shop for publishers aiming to succeed commercially online, providing consultancy and site
development services, the most innovative publishing focused software available, and cloud hosting services
enabling publishers to forget hardware and technical maintenance issues.
Talk to us and find out why we are leaders when it comes to advanced Web 2.0 digital publishing.
5th January 2009 Final designs have been agreed for System 7 Version 4.0. The new system
will combine architectural changes designed to further expedite and reduce the cost of developing 90% of high end commercial online
publications, and leverage several new technologies developed by the parent iiobo group.
These include using the VisionX content editing system to enable in-place WYSIWYG editing of article content on Web pages,
and the integration of Linear Threading System, a technology for improving community commenting and forum discussion.
1st April 2008 All cloud services are now connected via multiple transit service providers
including Level 3, AboveNet, Global Crossing, KPN Europe and PacketExchange eXpress providing additional resilience and optium
international performance for hosted websites.
1st October 2006 System 7 Version 3.0 has now been released, and System 7 is pleased to
announce that clients will be launching the first Web magazines built on the new platform by the end of October.
System 7 Version 3.0 supports a plethora of Web 2.0 functionalities, including the sophisticated social networking
frameworks that can be used to tightly bind a publication to its users, and marks an enormous step forward for
the company. Clients are now developing digital publications using the full range of functionality provided by
Version 3.0, and new types of digital publication never before seen are expected to be launched early 2007.