Content Management

Content Management System defined

  • Content management system can be defined as a set of processes which support creation, management, distribution, publishing, and discovery of corporate information on the Internet/Intranet. Generally speaking Content management system covers the complete life cycle of the pages on a website, provides simple tools to create, translate, approve, publish and archive content provides ability to manage the structure, appearance of published pages and the navigation of the website site. Such a system when in place can provide the following business advantages.
  • Streamlined authoring process.
  • Faster turnaround time for new pages and changes.
  • Greater consistency.
  • Improved site navigation.
  • Increased site flexibility.
  • Support for decentralised authoring.
  • Increased security.
  • Reduced duplication of information.
  • Greater capacity for growth.
  • Reduced site maintenance costs.

Benefits of Content Management

  • Less dependency on the web designers making changes in the web content for you.
  • Opportunity of making changes as they are needed, day or night which is increasingly important as business rely on the website as a communication channel.
  • Less technical details to manage and memorize as they are simply handled by the CMS.
  • Allow anyone with appropriate privileges to edit, author, manage update and approve the site content.
  • Tracking of what is done by whom with a possibility of rolling back by the changes using tracked logs.
  • Assurance that all the pages are consistent in design, as the same scripts and templates build all the menus and other navigation.