I am really satisfied with the team SynapseIndia work. Highly knowledgeable developers have supported me at each level of development. They designed my website proportionately with the incorporation of crystal idea, innovative technology, and detailed knowledge. Throughout the project timeline, the team is always in communication with me, update me with the development process on a regular basis. They gratify my desire and convert my dream concept into existing website.
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The client approached us to develop a WordPress website that will reflect their business goals. The website required a professional frontend along with a firm admin panel that will have full control over the website.
Wolfe Trahan Securities, LLC, is a broker-dealer affiliate of Wolfe Trahan & Co., engages in equity and debt underwriting and corporate finance advisory transactions in the Airfreight & Surface Transportation, Auto & Truck Manufacturers & Suppliers and Passenger Airline sectors. We have developed a WordPress site for the firm that shouts out loud the company’s business details to its target group.
The admin of the site can manage the content (both textual and graphics) along with the “events” and “reports” section. The admin can attach PDF, XLS, DOC & HTML files on the report section and the end users can download them from the frontend. Users need to get registered to enjoy the utilities available on the site. They have their individual profiles that are manageable from their end. Logged-in users can download reports in PDF, XLS, ICS, .MP3 etc. formats.
Apart from the frontend, the site has a stout admin panel that carries following features and functionalities:
Additionally, we have added the custom functionality for the manage post so that the admin will able to assign flags against any post and accordingly frontend users can download the report file. We have also added the custom functionality in the admin enabling them to set flags to show the full or excerpt content of the report file in the frontend.