Professional Services

Bluestream XDocs is an “install and use” system; however, it is also highly configurable for any kind of XML vocabulary and for any kind of published output. Though source code licenses are available, you may take advantage of our configuration services to build your own custom-functionality.

Integration Services

Information architecture and product choices must be made in order for any XML-based information system to move forward. Bluestream has expertise in XML and web technologies and can help you make informed decisions on XML databases, XML, and Web technologies.

Solutions implementation

As a leader in XML and Web technologies, Bluestream’s seasoned team of programmers can help you use XML, XDocs, XStreamDB, and Web technologies to their fullest. We have experience with:

  • XML-based content management software
  • XML-driven web portals
  • XML database planning, including XQuery
  • XSLT
  • XML Schema design and implementation
  • Conversion of legacy data to XML
  • E-Learning systems with SCORM
  • GML based systems
  • Web Services

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Our Clients Say...

XDocs is an affordable and relatively easy-to-use CMS that can be set up in most corporate environments in a short time frame and with minimal technical requirements. The interface is clean and easy to use. Technical support is quick and the entire team is open and approachable. Issues are often addressed and fixed within 24 hours, and I’m happy to say that implemnting the system is simple as well. Of all the CMS tools I’ve worked with the solution from Bluestream provides one of the best mixes of functionality with a price point that can’t be touched by many of the other vendors on the market. With the added support of the workflow module this application is a great one to evaluate when planning on a CMS.

Bernard Aschwanden
Publishing Smarter

Website architecture: Intentional Design, Inc., Website design and programming: Tony Chung: Creative Communications, Website user interaction consultant: Jerome Ryckborst