Sanmita, a leader in web solutions for higher education, will be a Gold Sponsor for the upcoming DrupalCamp 2013 at Cornell University. The camp, being held Dec. 2 in Ithaca, N.Y., will build awareness for Drupal‘s open-source software and CMS (content management systems), and attendees will delve into Drupal’s many applications for websites and content management.
Sanmita is a leading user of Drupal technology to build customizable CMSs, and the company is a partner with Acquia, an open-source software company providing products, services, and technical support for Drupal.
Sanmita uses Drupal to build dynamic websites rich with multimedia and data. With more than a decade experience building websites for higher ed clients, Sanmita understands the features that clients need — and the ones that they do not. A Drupal-based CMS allows for customization and seamless content management. Sanmita offers a host of Drupal services, including consulting, development, optimization and training.
The Cornell DrupalCamp is open to attendees from Cornell, surrounding colleges and the community. Chris Hartigan, Acquai’s GM for Higher Education, will kick off the event with a keynote speech on the benefits for colleges and universities of using Drupal. He will highlight Drupal’s security, reliability, lower costs and ability to deliver dynamic web experiences for colleges and universities.
Drupal events, including camps and conferences, are held worldwide to promote the growth and awareness of the software. The Cornell DrupalCamp 2013 is the first such event to be held at Cornell University.