This site (demo.emphasys.net) is our place to demonstrate our latest and greatest web technologies. Primarily, our admin section (log in with username 'demo' and password 'demo') highlights our collection of easy to use web applications, affectionately dubbed 'Sprockets.' Poke around, have fun, and look at how everything works. These sprockets come ready to use out of the box, with no complicated setup on your side.
eMphasys has been working with Internet technologies from their inception. Our staff
of web designers, computer scientists, and human interface specialists, has worked on
hundreds of web development efforts... from the very small, to the quite large.
eMphasys technologies, inc. is a privately-held Internet consulting firm based in Dallas, with
offices in Houston and Kansas City, and a Boston affiliate. eMphasys specializes in turn-key web
presence building...from conceptual internet strategy to final implementation. The company
focuses on e-commerce solutions, database-driven websites, and web design & hosting
for small-to-medium businesses. We've provided custom Internet and Intranet solutions to
hundreds of organizations, including J C Penney Insurance Group, Texas Instruments, sell.com,
Watters & Watters, Elite Transportation, Wilson & Associates, Hollywood Casinos,
DigitalConvergence, and The Roomstore. The company's design work has been nationally
eMphasys was founded in 1992, and has been focusing on e-business since 1996.
eMphasys is an ardent promoter and active participant in the OpenSource Technology
movement. While we make use a variety of commercial technologies, we prefer to focus
on standards-based software... Linux/UNIX, Apache, Perl, PHP/Zend, and mySQL... to
drive our business systems. In the end, this translates to more reliable systems based
on widely-accepted standards with a lower cost of entry.
eMphasys hosts web and email services at our Level 3 Communications co-location facility
in Dallas. Qwest, BBN, and UUNet are our primary upstream Tier 1 providers. We run VALinux
and Dell servers, often with RAID 5 disk systems and redundant power supplies. All are
battery-backed and sitting on a switched 100-MB Cisco backplane, running UNIX and Linux.
For more information, please contact us.