My PerPOS™ (Perpetro Point of Sale) is an amalgamation of several open-source programming languages, modified to comply with Perpetro's high standard of content delivery. PerPOS Advanced Architecture, as it was formerly known, is released under the name, My PerPOS™ (pronounced "my purpose") and features as a brand on all websites developed by Perpetro Group that utilise its architecture.
The technology drives all of the new websites that Perpetro develops. It allows for a highly intuitive presentation of database-driven pages with the advanced capabilities of PHP, MySQL, AJAX, JSON, and JQuery. The user's interactive experience of our sites is far broader than on Flash-driven or static sites. It is now possible to provide users with complex features without them looking or feeling complicated. Dynamic data is created at run-time - in most cases without forcing users to leave the same screen. Managing the content is also a rewarding experience; these same advanced features are applied to customised CMS (Content Management Systems) that remove the mundanity and restrictions of adding/removing/editing content to a site or portal.
The power behind most of Perpetro's web and intranet platforms - My PerPOS™ - is now fully compliant with a wealth of social media platforms - with more being added frequently. A fully-integrated "social log-in" system is in place, allowing sites we develop or manage to utilise the popular Log-In With SocialNetwork. In a bold move, Perpetro decided not to limit its clients simply to the Facebook log-in. We have, instead, incorporated 24 social networking log-in methods into the My PerPOS™ language, making it the largest social network integration offered by a creative agency in Cyprus.
Issuu™ now integrated with My PerPOS™
As an official reseller, Perpetro's web and intranet technology, My PerPOS™, is now infused with Issuu™. Additionally, Perpetro can offer exceptional rates for premium services offered by the Issuu™ brand. This is a hugely beneficial partnership for our clients who are looking for far-reaching online publishing solutions at cost-effective prices. It is possible to achieve massive exposure for publications, magazines, journals, technical manuals, brochures, and advertising material whilst tapping into an enormous social networking infrastructure. Perpetro's clients can share their news, information and promotions to an incredible number of potential readers at very low cost. And with My PerPOS™ and Issuu™ supporting today's mobile devices, it is possible to promote even further than before.
. A new video for our popular Infiniti™ module just went up on YouTube™: The video exhibits some of the other features that were missing from our early development video: Live Filter Generation, Multiple Filter Toggles, Intuitive Layout Positioning, Extendable … Continue reading
. On 4th May, 2012 Perpetro Group @perpetrogroup opened the doors to its Infiniti™ system, a revolutionary new way to showcase large, filterable lists of information within portals, ecommerce sites, websites, and educational sites with live repositioning of information containers. … Continue reading
Perpetro Group reveals its new Infinity™ system that has been integrated into the My PerPOS™ web architecture. The new module is perfect for portals and websites offering large item lists. It exhibits large amounts of information in a thoroughly presentable, … Continue reading
. This wonderful little PHP function searches through a string containing HTML elements, locates all the HTML tags, closes any that are open, and returns the string. We can’t take much credit for this given that we only modified what … Continue reading
. When developing the Perpetro Group website, we wanted to exhibit some of our skills without needing to go into great depth about what each one was. Since the information is already freely available and universally accepted on the world’s … Continue reading
. This code was developed after using the Yahoo YUI Editor and realising that none of the images were being assigned proper width/height attributes without the extended options. We needed a way to read the string collected from the Editor, … Continue reading