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2011.12.11

Just before the Christmas shopping we launched REGIO Toy's latest webstore at: www.legolcsobbjatek.hu . The domain name (cheapest toy) is a clear indication that shoppers will find unbeatable prices.


2011.10.04

On the occasion of the World Day of the Elderly, the news site 50plusz.net hallmarked by the name of  Gábor Dombi  was also renewed.


2011.08.23

We are pleased to inform all our partners and visitors that our website has been given a completely new look and brand new functions.


2011.08.05

In 2010 GreyMatter Kft. was selected a winner in GOP.2009 1.3.1/A eCommerce R+D tender.


2011.08.05

After the completion of the spare parts portal, we were given a new order by BMW Magyarország in 2011.


2011.08.04

As part of the cooperation, we deliver intelligent text and data mining as well as information capture solutions to the Dutch  Compare Group to enrich their price comparison product database.


2011.06.04

The Medical Physical and Medical IT Institute of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Szeged also selected the Wombat CMS to implement multimedia and web development tasks under the "HUSRB/0901/221/088 Teaching Mathematics and Statistics in Sciences" project.


2011.02.15

The marketing team of Hungary's largest agricultural machine distributor has opted to use WOMBAT CMS.


2011.01.15

The aim of the project is to prepare the corporate website and a 12-language, web-based administration system for companies engaged in the preparation and interpretation of safety data sheets; as well as to automate the business work flow.


2010.09.13

The Pilis mountain range can be viewed form the comfort of your home using remote controlled cameras.


2010.06.15

Greymatter was selected by REGIO toy store to implement their e-Commerce tender procedure under GOP 2.2.3-2007-0122.


2009.04.01

Under the framework of a public procurement procedure announced by the Budapest City Archives (BCA), the Wombat CMS system was selected for use as the Archives' portal engine.


2009.04.01

The project aims to elaborate a system for BMW-Magyarország that enables service stations to order spare parts from dealers.