Content Management System (CMS)

In her book Letting go of the words[1] , Janice Redish starts by talking about websites and what attracts users to them. weather you got your hands on this very nice book or not, she ( and obviously we) will tell you that when it comes to attract and keep site visitors it all comes down to one very important factor CONTENT.

If you have been trying to manage the content of your site adding, editing and deleting from it to keep it up to date, then you must have asked your self a question after doing all those manual changes to the site content. Is their a better way to do this?

What is a Content Management System ?

A content management system (CMS)[2] is a collection of procedures used to manage work flow in a collaborative environment. These procedures can be manual or computer based. The procedure are designed to:

  • Allow for large numbers of people to contribute to and share stored data
  • Control access to data based on user roles. User role are used to define each use as to what information they can view or edit
  • Aid in easy storage and retrieval of data
  • Reduce repetitive duplicate input
  • Improve the ease of report writing
  • Improve communication between users

Does it look that complicated to my site visitors?

CMS solutions had advanced alot in the past period of time that you can use them to present your data in any form you need yet maintain all the power of editing and managing your content, in fact most of the content rich websites you visit today are based on CMSs.

How we can help you achieve this?

We at Irisoft have a comprehensive knowledge of customizing open source CMSs, We can build you a scalable, extensible solutions that will match all the needs of your business yet provide you with the power to grow more when you need it.

What platforms we use?

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[1] you can view sample chapters of this book at her site redish.net 

[2] Definition taken from wikipedia definition of content management system