MI Developments relaunches

Date: May 8, 2009 Author: force-site-to-bootstrap Categories: The Latest

Toronto, Ontario. May 8, 2009– MI Developments Inc. (MID) launched their new website powered by the Mantis web content management system. The new site showcases information related to MI Developments Inc. (MID) operations.

Visit http://www.midevelopments.com to see the website.

About MI Developments Inc. (MID)
MI Developments Inc. (MID) is engaged principally in the acquisition, development, construction, leasing, management and ownership of real estate properties around the world. We are a full service real estate company with an international portfolio currently comprised of over 100 properties and a significant land bank. More…

About c-Seven Media Inc.
c-Seven Media was established in 1998 and has grown from a small web design firm to a full web solutions provider. c-Seven's services include IT consulting, graphic design, web hosting, custom programming and search engine optimization. c-Seven is the creator of Mantis CMS which enables c-Seven to "jump start" the website development process and reduce the barriers for entry for small to medium size businesses.

About Mantis
Mantis CMS as concept started in the year 2000 by a company called c-Seven Media who were a group of young web designers that liked building web sites, but didn't enjoy the ongoing text changes and minor revisions that would fill up their days. They realized that giving their customers control over their content would make them happier as they could update it themselves, and made c-Seven happier because we they focus on designing sites and building more CMS tools. Mantis has grown from just a simple text editor to a full suite of content management tools and is being recognized as the CMS product of choice by companies like Metroland Media Group, SBC Media, and the Girl Guides of Canada.

For more information please contact Josh Hayter, Director of Sales & Marketing 416-800-0682 x 104.



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