Q: How much is support?
A: Support for active Marketpath CMS users is free and unlimited by phone (800-657-7786) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Q: What are some of the things that Marketpath CMS allows me to manage?
A: Check out our Marketpath CMS Features page.
Q: What is Software-as-a-Service (or SaaS)?
A: SaaS means that you are simply subscribing to the software, which is great for a few reasons. First, there are no large, upfront licensing fees making the cost of entry much lower than installed products. Second, with SaaS, there is no software or hardware to install and maintain. We take care of all of the updates and bug fixes. Finally, SaaS products are available from any computer with an Internet connection, making them extremely flexible.
Q: What about website hosting?
A: A subscription to Marketpath CMS includes website hosting, load balancing, automatic data backups, and site monitoring.
Q: Are Marketpath CMS sites load balanced?
Yes, every site within Marketpath CMS is automatically load balanced and provisioned into clusters based on overall site activity.
Q: Can we host our own website somewhere else but still use Marketpath CMS?
A: No. For Marketpath CMS to work properly, your website must be hosted on Marketpath servers.
Q: Where is your server infrastructure located?
A: We use Microsoft Azure Cloud Computing platform for all infrastructure?
digital marketing insights
BWI’s website was overdue for a refresh - it was an outdated site with little information about BWI’s innovative projects and leadership in community revitalization projects such as Fort Wayne's Posterity Heights Scholar House, the first energy-efficient affordable housing and transportation project in Indiana. The project included a custom website design and website development in addition to the following new features:
Wordpress is a wonderful tool to kick off your website marketing efforts. But as your needs grow, how do you know when you've outgrown it and are ready for a more professional solution. This post covers just that.
The historic Indiana Roof Ballroom has been an important part of downtown Indianapolis since 1927 when it first opened its doors. Located above the Indiana Repertory Theatre, it has hosted famous performers, big band dances, fundraisers, weddings and special events for nearly a century.