As a former chef for more than 20 years, Jörg has an eye for detail when it comes to customer satisfaction and success in his day to day work as the Customer Account Manager for TYPO3 GmbH.
He strives to give the best support possible and to convey TYPO3's philosophy.
Jörg joined the TYPO3 GmbH in April of 2016, being the first staff member of the newly founded company. While he is not a developer, he has a strong fascination for TYPO3 and especially its community.
In his spare time he likes to play guitar and produce electronic music.
If you’re responsible for decisions made about your business’s website, you’ll want to be convinced, that your money isn’t spent in a way you would regret. Do you need a second opinion about your TYPO3 website? We offer Project Reviews. Let’s evaluate the state of your TYPO3 website with an objective, expert opinion.
Are you involved in creating TYPO3 websites? Sometimes a second opinion is just what you need to gain peace of mind. TYPO3 Project Review give those involved in TYPO3 web projects the chance to get an objective analysis. Aspects we look into include the quality of the code itself, safety and performance.
Choosing the right software solution can be bewildering. It can be tempting to opt for one thing without thoroughly weighing up the options. However, choosing the right enterprise software doesn’t have to be complicated: Consider these six aspects when making your decision - we hope they’ll make it easier for you.
Providing interesting and helpful content gives people a reason to keep coming back to your site. Business blogging has been steadily on the rise for the past decade. The popular TYPO3 Blog Extension makes running a blog incredibly easy.
Join us on TYPO3 University Day 2017 (T3UD17) at Darmstadt this week. This year’s generous sponsors are: +Pluswerk AG, in2code GmbH, jweiland.net, Pagemachine AG, DMK E-BUSINESS GmbH, die schnittsteller GmbH, Tritum GmbH and Startup Design e.U. - Thanks a lot to all of you!
Every website needs design, code and content. There are various ways of handling this, using content management systems (a.k.a CMS) is one of them. The kicker of a CMS? Code and content are kept in different places.
Your website is valuable. It’s where people learn about you and make orders, and find their way to your locations. Staying on top of maintenance and updates for your CMS needs to be a top priority at all times. But there are also ways of increasing the lifespan of your website if it’s still delivering everything you need.
It’s important to evaluate new technology before applying it to your website. Thriving in the digital era means adapting to the right standards at the right time. And there are ways to increase the lifespan of your website and make it last a while longer.