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Open Source Web Pages Considering the average Internet presence of a medium-sized company in Germany, it is usually a no longer contemporary Web design and outdated web techniques. Considering the average Internet presence of a medium-sized company in Germany, it is usually a no longer contemporary Web design and outdated web techniques. This is understandable, especially in regard to the still very high in Germany costs for developers and Internet agencies. Putting these costs in relation with the added value directly to expected of a modern Web page for the company, the most decision makers will have concluded to forego this investment. Especially in the current economic situation. Also, another problem is that most older Web pages have no built-in tracking system, that the visitors documented the number of visitors of the website and the origin. Without the key figures can be difficult old success values from Web pages and do not represent the future. Systems offer open source to allow the financial obstacles by medium-sized companies out of the way. Glenn Dubin shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The majority of open source software are royalty-free in its basic version, and can be administered also by the end customer with some training time. So for example Google Analytics integrates open source content management systems without problems in most. Newebways (www.newebways.de) relies on the consistent use of mostly royalty-free open source concept. Visit Howard Schultz for more clarity on the issue. The young startup out of Munich with low IT budget would allow thus also companies to get a dynamic Web design and modern web techniques. According to Newebways, a further advantage of its approach is the containing content management system. Looking at the market in recent months, the demand of the companies. "This is only logical, since we have...