A Drupal Development, Consulting and Resources Allocation Firm.

A well-oiled start-up company, AnexusIT is all about Drupal. The company is built and shaped by commited professionals, passionate about detail and top end results. A wholesome group of 14, we are highly skilled multidisciplinary Front-End/Back-End Drupal Developers.

Our goal at AnexusIT is to provide effective and thorough solution for design, development and deployment of web applications, always focused on providing a successful approach to customer needs. Our 5+ years of experience working with Drupal have presented us with challenging projects. Part of our expertise used to solve the projects that come our way includes: module customization, Varnish, Apache Solr, Drupal Commerce, Maps (Open Layers, GMaps) and many other features.

From our Blog


Aug 11th, 2015

Con este entrenamiento práctico se trata de difundir el uso de este CMS y proveer una capacitación que ayude a evitar un poco la curva de aprendizaje que se requiere para familiarizarse con la herramienta.

Jun 24th, 2015

As part of the Anexus team, We very excited to be take part on different camps across the US and Canada. First we got invited to Drupal Camp Colorado in Denver, a Camp with around 200 attendees and 40 sessions in total. Great opportunity to get the word out about the Drupal Console, one of the projects our company is actively sponsoring.

May 20th, 2015

So here we are, we've had a few days to recover from the intense experience that a DrupalCon always is, and while our energy levels might not be at 100% just yet (we'll probably need a full week for that!), let's grab a cup of coffee and review some of the things we learned at DrupalCon Los Angeles 2015.

Mar 29th, 2015

En Anexus siempre tenemos las puertas abiertas para todas aquellas personas interesadas en el tema Drupal. Por esta razón es que deseamos invitarlos a la Drupaleada de Abril donde tendremos muy buenas charlas relacionadas a tecnologías web.

Feb 25th, 2015

When I first heard from the Drupal Association about the possibility of having a DrupalCon in Latin America I was kind of skeptical and hesitant. I had so many questions like: What about where it will be hosted? How many people will actually go? Will it be just a Drupal Camp with a new label or worse, is this going to be a complete disaster and flop like Brazil?