The ImpressCMS Project

The ImpressCMS Project

The ImpressCMS project is built as a open source community project and are the developers of the content management system ImpressCMS. They combine knowledge and experience in different fields to form their developer's community. The community strives for co-operation and equal say. They have a flexible structure and they give their users a chance to contribute code to the project.

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Year Founded
2007
Employees
200
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