Platformic Announces the Launch of


Platformic is proud to announce the launch of, which is the official website for NBA rookie favorite Blake Griffin, #32 of the Los Angeles Clippers. Griffin had a renowned high school career at Oklahoma Christian school, winning state titles each of his four years. He then played for the University of Oklahoma where he received a number of awards and accolades. Leaving college after just two years to join the NBA, Griffin made his debut this season, making his presence know with the honor of being selected to play in the All Star Game and winning the 2011 NBA Slam Dunk Content.

In conjunction with FOX Sports and their design partner, Athlete Interactive, Platformic was selected as the CMS to power, the official web site of Blake Griffin. The new site offers a great array of videos, interviews, recent stats and media buzz. You can also find Blake’s blog and information regarding his charity involvement with Dunking for Dollars a nonprofit targeting childhood obesity. It offers a sleek raw design that reflects the young athlete, and puts the latest information at any fan's fingertips.

Platformic's patented technology, used by leading companies around the globe, enables users to easily build and manage media-rich websites that incorporate social media tools and user generated content (UGC). Users can "visually" create layouts and manage content from a browser in a fraction of the time while adhering to professional standards. The result is a completely customized website and CMS with the ability to change the layout and content quickly and easily. Users can update sites or change their entire look in minutes with no downtime. Staff members with little or no web experience can then simply update the sites more often to keep content fresh and make the site "stickier" for visitors. Platformic makes updating content and its various formatting easy to manage, throughout the website, from a central place. Its versatility allows departments throughout an organization to expand online offerings and do more with less.

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