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New "Custom Projects" Rubric

by Daria Kerancheva /  Custom Projects

Custom Projects

Having delivered more than 10,000 custom projects based on our PHP scripts, we decided to launch a new blog category where we will present some of the most exemplary and case-specific modifications. As you will see, they can range from small custom tweaks like adding new fields in a booking form to the integration of complex business management systems and third-party APIs like payment gateways, channel management software, etc.


This new rubric is intended to serve like a customizations' portfolio in which you will be able to see what we can do for you upon request. There will be a lot of screenshots, videos, and live demos. Thus, you can easily see if a given custom modification will be suitable for your project as well and then just contact us to discuss the details.


Those of you whose custom projects have been featured on our Blog will be strongly encouraged to write a few words about your experience with PHPJabbers so that we can add them as a reference. And now comes the best part - if another customer orders a similar custom modification to the one we have delivered to you, we will give you a bonus in the form of PHP tools and further customization services.


Stay tuned for the first custom projects!

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1 Comments to "New "Custom Projects" Rubric"

Emile Bastings

Emile Bastings / December 5, 2017 at 21:32 pm

Looking forward to see what others wanted to changed by a great team like Jabbers

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