Content Management System (CMS)

Posted in: January 10, 2021 at 6:44 am

By: root

A content management system can be defined as a system used for creating, editing and publishing content in a consistent and organized manner. It is a software application or set of related programs that are used to create and manage digital content.

Web.Com(India) has over 14 years of expertise developing and implementing Content Management Systems (CMS) ranging from small businesses, large corporate firms and Govt./PSU units. The key to a great CMS is being user friendly. A feature rich system can be utilized to bring out the best in a website only if the user experience is easy and can be handled by a less technically aware person.

When we design and develop CMS, our project management team corresponds with the client personally regarding the user interface and the optimum performance that is expected. This ensures that the client doesn’t get surprised when they are delivered the CMS and more importantly feel much more secure of being in a friendly environment within the system that they would be using at large.

 

Our CMS are divided into two sections:

Off the Shelf

When the client requires a CMS with default features regarding the usual maintenance of their websites involving updating of content and adding/removing pages and also some high end features like social media integration and implementation time being a constraint or essence, we advise and implement ready made solutions.

Customized CMS

Sometimes a readymade content management system doesn’t quite fit the client’s requirement. This is where a customized CMS comes into action. Our experts co-ordinate with the client in order to understand and execute their requirements while creating a user friendly CMS.

CMS is largely supported by the PHP and .NET platforms. Environments such as DRUPAL and JOOMLA! helps provide the necessary modules which meet and fit the requirements. If existing modules do not work as desired, individual modules would be developed to work as expected by the client with the same familiar CMS environment.