Content Management System || Overview


Content Management Systems allow the user to create, add, edit, change information displayed on an Internet Web Page without the assistance of programmers or technical assistance. There is no need to learn / use html coding in order to make changes, create or update a website.

CMS allows the assignment of access levels to multiple team members, department heads or staff charged with the task of maintaining a website.

The system allows an administrator to maintain control of the site without the necessity to be totally hands-on. CMS systems allow multiple party (if desired) access to content.

Additional benefits for search engine placement, keyword, search and functionality are strong components that are also a part of CMS. These features are framed in an easy to use control panel that will maximize website effectivness and ranking among various search engines and competitors sites.

CMS is a web-based content management system that works with any design and establishes the framework from which to build a unique, robust Web site -- one that automatically manages time-sensitive content, enforces site-wide standards, and most importantly, puts you in control of content.

Non-technical employees can automatically publish well-structured content to the website using an interface similar to Microsoft Word®. By using the integrated upload utility, non-HTML files (e.g. PDFs, spreadsheets, etc.) can be posted and easily accessed by viewers.

A built-in preview process allows review of changes before they are published to the live site. This system of checks and balances, promotes rich content that is up-to-date and relevant.

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