AnyLinuxWork, an India-based web development and marketing company, is all decked up with its competent software services and plug-n-play products to participate in the much acclaimed The Gitex 2011 Show slated to be held in Dubai during 9th and 13th October.
AnyLinuxWork is showcasing development and coding services on LAMP with a clear focus on PHP. AnyLinuxWork CEO Vivek Singhal said on Monday said that this year they are more aggressive in showcasing their services and products and confident that the participation would yield promising deals in future.
AnyLinuxWork is ISO certified web software and Development Company focusing on development and coding services. The India-based company offers ready solutions for fitness sites, e-commerce, social-network, dating, Job board, real-estate, travel, e-learning along with custom built applications; application maintenance and support apart from on-coding SEO. We also provide custom portals based on SaaS application. We work with Frameworks/ CMS like:
PHP framework; Zend and CodeIgnitor
Ecommerce packages; Magento, Interspire, osCommerce, ZenCart
CMS packages; Joomla, WordPress, Drupal, Moodle, etc.
Our OOPS based coding development follows MVC architecture to ensure robust and secure portals. With on-coding SEO services, we offer the services like Tableless CSS and XHTML, Keywords rich URL and filenames, Site Accessibility, W3C validation, Cross browser compatibility. We follow W3C and Web 2.0 standard for layout and website designing with CSS driven tableless and div tag.
Our internet marketing services includes – on-site and off-site SEO optimization with in-depth competitor and keyword analysis and strategizing, Pay Per Click (PPC) and social media marketing (SMM).
AnyLinuxWork is excited to be part of the Gitex Show 2011 that offers opportunities for experiential marketing. The Gitex Technology Week held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC) paves way to the Middle East which is today one of the most thriving markets of ICT in the world today.