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A content management system (CMS) is an excellent platform for your corporate website.  A solid CMS will manage your databases and content as well as give your site the stability and structure that search engines and web searchers love.  Plus, you are much more likely to get a very high quality and functional website out of the box as opposed to pouring money into building all the pieces of the site yourself.

Lots of different types of content are managed in a CMS – you’ll find corporate websites, news sites, blogs, and combinations of all of the above.  Some higher-end content management systems can even come with integrated document and web portal management. If you’re researching available content management systems, you may find yourself overwhelmed with choices. Big players like Joomla, WordPress, Drupal, and DotNetNuke abound for small businesses, while Ektron, Sitefinity, Sitecore, FatWire, and others match well with larger organization.   So which one is right for you?

Before you can approach this question, ask yourself if you do, in fact, need a CMS. The answer is often a qualified, “yes.”  Unless you are one of the rare sites with just a few pages of content that will rarely require any edits, you’ll need the power and functionality of a CMS on your side.  Do you need to quickly create, edit, or take down content for your website?  Do you need full functionality like database management, content management, life cycle management, template management management all rolled into one easy-to-use package?  If you answered yes, you need to start researching the different CMS platforms with an eye towards finding the right fit in terms of functionality and budget. What are you waiting for? Get started building a more efficient and streamlined web presence today.

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