Content Management Systems (CMS)
Content management systems are great tools, giving you the freedom to update your website and rapidly adapt to fast-changing markets. A website with fresh and constantly added content attracts more attention - from both potential customers and search engines.
The content you can manage is limited only by your needs - new pages, photos, press releases, employee details, upcoming events, calendar, new products, integrated mapping - the systems can handle everything you need.
What are the advantages of a Content-managed website?
- Easily editable content
- Update your website at any time of day or night, using any web browser.
- Give control over sections of the website to specific members of staff and partners, while restricting what they can edit.
- Workflow management
- Have full control over the approval process - let junior staff make changes to the website which only go public once approved by a manager.
- Content versioning
- Make and preview changes to your website without your customers being able to see them.
- Integrated blog and automatic RSS feed generation
- Great for syndicating your content on Google and across other websites
What makes our content managed websites special?
Using add-ons developed in-house, we can add image galleries, booking systems, ecommerce and forums to our content managed websites, ensuring they are flexible and powerful tools for business growth & communication.
Open source content management systems
For many clients we recommend an open source CMS such as MODx, Silverstripe or Wordpress. These web 2.0 CMS's are powerful with an unbeatable cost of ownership, and we extend and add functionality to arrive at the site you desire.
Bespoke content management systems
For clients with specific requirements or a clear vision of what they need we craft bespoke content management systems. These are tailored to your exact requirements, providing you with a truely easy-to-use system.
A bespoke system is ideal when the content to be managed goes beyond the traditional definitions, or the system needs to be integrated with a legacy application.