Our Story

WebriQ is a Singapore based cloud computing software company, with subsidiary offices in Brisbane, Australia and Cebu City, Philippines.

The company develops proprietary (WebriQ CMS 2.0) and open-source (WebriQ CMS 3.0) web content management software platforms to build and manage business websites, mobile websites and E-commerce websites and portals. The capabilities of the platform are ranging from a simple informative website to a complex multisite and multilingual E-commerce, community or news portal. The platform includes a state-of-the-art CSS template creation and parser tool, capable of integrating any custom design in to the CMS platform. The entire platform is built on open source software and is made available to business partners and end-users through a licensing and subscription service mechanism.

WEBRIQ CMS 2.0 is our proprietary CMS platform built on a MayaFish PHP Framework. It is using Apache as it's HTTP server, MySQL as it's relational database management system and DOJO as it's Javascript Framework. All templates used on the platform are adaptive, HTML5 and CSS3 compatible with fixed lay-out boxes. The platform has over 60 self-contained modules.

WEBRIQ CMS 3.0 is our open-source CMS platform built on a ZEND Framework. It is using Ngnix as it's HTTP server, PostgreSQL as it's relational database management system and jQuery as it's Javascript Framework. All templates used on the platform are responsive and adaptive, HTML5 and CSS3 compatible with a dynamic paragraph based structure. The platform is currently available in it's hosted version on www.webriq.us and is available under a private repository on Bitbucket.

WEBRIQ CMS complies with the five big demands of a today's software platform: mobility, ease of use, simplicity, speed and feature richness.

Beyond WebriQ , our main brand, we operate under the WEBFACTORIES brand for all our Private label, reseller and sales rep activities worldwide.


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