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Sdu Publishing chooses Hippo CMS for the online environment of their largest IT Magazine

The new website was designed and implemented by Dayon a company that designs, builds and manages content-driven online and mobile applications.

The new website is powered by the latest version of Hippo CMS and utilizes an innovative “Liquid Design” architecture which enables the site to conform and change to support any given device or browser. The site automatically adjusts based on screen size, device or other capabilities to give the user the best experience possible.

Additionally, the new website has been fully optimized for Search Engines – giving authors and editors full control over meta data and other elements to help the site rank higher in search engines.  As Ted den Bieman, online publisher for "" said, “with this site, we took a big step. In addition to a major improvement in usability and an optimum mix of paid and free content – we now have a sleek design and good technical performance.”

Michel de Ru, commercial manager for Dayon concurred with the power of the new technology. “All of the partners (Sdu, Hippo and Dayon) are complementary to each other,” said de Ru. “This means that the whole is greater than the sum of its part. The site is fast, and the fact that it will work on any device and any screen size is something of which I’m extremely proud.”

“For an online IT magazine, innovation is crucial to guide their overall brand,” said Tjeerd Brenninkmeijer, Chief Commercial Officer for Hippo. “The migration from an unstable and complex environment to Hippo CMS has resulted in a scalable and extensible web site with a focus on performance.”

About Hippo
Hippo sets the standard for how organizations can empower their audience to engage with content. Hippo CMS powers some of the largest and most visited Web properties in the world and is the first Web Content Management solution to deliver context-aware content for its customers. Hippo’s broad capabilities enable both marketers and technology teams to build world-class content delivery platforms. Featuring an enterprise-class development environment and powerful, yet intuitive editing capabilities, Hippo CMS enables a true, open and context-aware content strategy. Hundreds of both public and private organizations use Hippo’s content platform to manage and deliver thousands of web properties including Hewlett Packard, Thomson/Reuters, Dolce & Gabbana, The University of Southern California, Incisive Media & The Government of the Netherlands.

About SDU Publishing
SDU Publishers is among the top three publishers of professional information in the Netherlands and also a stake in the German legal online publisher juris GmbH. With a wide range of publishing products and services remains SDU Publishers themselves and service to its customers continuous improvement. Innovation is taking the first place.
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About Dayon
Dayon designs, builds and manages content-driven online and mobile applications. Dayon digitizes, enriched, unlocks, searches, manages and publishes content. She works for organizations that have a lot of content to unlock, for both their customers and within their own organization. She helps these organizations to drop their content strategy and with their realization using content technologies.
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