Enhancements to the Expression Engine make defining rules easy with shorter syntax, more natural language, and support for self and parent aliasing.
What does EE stand for?
EE stands for Expression Engine (Pmachine.com)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 48 other meanings of EE in our Acronym Attic
- Evropaiki Enosi (Greek: European Union)
- Excess Emission(s)
- Execution Environment
- Executive Editor
- Exercise Experience
- Exotic Ethnic (gaming)
- Experts Exchange
- Exponential Elevation
- Expressed Emotion (psychiatric term used in schizophrenia settings)
- Extended Edition (DVD movie version)
- Extended Employment program
- Extended Essay (International Baccalaureate)
- External Environment
- External Examiner
- Extreme Edition (Intel Pentium 4)
- Exudative Epidermitis (Porcine Circovirus 2)
- Environmental Evaluation and Assessment
- Energy Efficiency & Conservation
- Engineering Evaluation & Calibration
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Michael Karfakis, COO of Vitamin commented, "The site is built on the Expression Engine platform, an open-source system that brings with it a very powerful and scalable content management system right out of the box.
Over a dozen companies already committed to deploying e-business solutions based on Total-e-Business include Expression Engines, Inc.
The new financing completes a record year for Bigfoot Interactive that included a merger with Expression Engines, a new release of its Interactive Relationship Manager (IRMa) email technology platform and an expanded roster of agency and channel partners.
His experience in creating road maps for marketing success will guide Expression Engines and our clients into the next phase of IDM.
Present partners include DoubleClick, Abacus, Donnelley Marketing, Millard Interactive, EMS, Salesmation, and Expression Engines.
The vendors are Advaya Direct, eFusion, Expression Engines, Market Data Solutions, Radical Mail and One Interactive.
Companies including YesMail, @Once, Grey EMMetrics, DoubleClick, and Expression Engines, which recently merged with Bigfoot Interactive, are reselling our service to their clients to make their campaigns more effective.