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Why You’ll Love Harmony
Harmony is a powerful web-based platform for creating and managing websites. It helps connect developers with content editors, for unprecedented flexibility and simplicity.
Harmony is very powerful, but presents that power in an understandable, approachable interface and workflow.
We don’t tell you what data is on your pages. Setup templates with the data you need, and you’ll have a simple way to manage your content.
Create the markup that you want. Harmony doesn’t require any special tags or classes to work, you just place your data, however you need.
Once you’re logged in, access to editing all your sites is just a click away. No need to sign in to multiple administration areas.
A Hosted Solution
Harmony is hosted and managed by some of the best techs in the world. Never worry about setting up another server or installing a CMS again.
Creating a new site takes seconds. There’s no install, and there’s no database to create. Just start building your site, and Harmony does the rest.
Harmony is hosted on rock-solid hardware, backed up nightly, and monitored 24/7. Rest easy knowing your data is safe and secure.
When new features and updates come along, you’ll have immediate access. No more running installers to upgrade features or security patches.
From the Blog
September 08, 2017
Browsers are increasingly treating HTTP sites as insecure, and adding warnings to say as such. What can you do to get these warnings off of your Harmony account?
March 01, 2017
We recently experienced some full and partial downtime due to an outage of one of our storage services.
“I can’t get over how awesome Harmony is. It could have been used in nearly every client project I’ve worked on …’”
Kyle Fox — @kylefox
“Okay, I’ll come straight out and say it … Harmony is currently the best CMS out there. That whole ‘just works’ thing? Nailed it.”
Ben Sekulowicz — @beseku
“Harmony is an incredible product! … It [is] so easy and intuitive I felt like I was forgetting something frequently, but I wasn’t.”
Fred Boyle — nGen Works