A Content Management System ensures that a company's web site is focused on the achievement of business objectives, rather than by technical issues, by putting control of content into the hands of its content creators rather than a web design team.
What is a Content Management System
A Content Management System (CMS) does just that - it helps you manage your site content. A CMS allows a business to create/edit/delete site pages without getting into website creation coding. A CMS allows non-technical authors and editors to easily and quickly publish content and also make the organization of large sites much easier to maintain.
In response to the need for content management solutions a growing number of products are appearing in the market place. Although they range in scope and price - almost none of these products covers every aspect of content management so a custom built or modified third party application may be the best solution.
Whether you are looking to acquire a third party Content Management System or have a custom CMS built for your unique needs - SproutLogic has the experience to implement the system that's right for your scope and budget.
- Powerful yet Easy of Use
Authorized individuals (authors) can add, edit and delete content pages. Account editors can approve content and define publish dates. Staff can usually learn how to operate a Content Management System in much less time than learning HTML.
- Management Roles
A Site administor (editor) can create author accounts and roles, approve content and set publish dates. Roles include the ability to submit content and define site structure.
- Seperate Design from Content
Content developers can concentrate on writing and when posted - the content will display with your brand standards. This also allows the design of the website to be changed at any time without affecting the content.
- Stay Fresh
Your website will always stay up-to-date. Fresh content can be added through any Web enabled computer anywhere in the world. All content is maintained through a Web browser, there are no additional software requirements. This reduces software licensing and hardware costs for the business owner.
- Data Backup
With version control and data storage there is little risk of losing/overwriting important files
- Built in Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Flexible Data Delivery
Databased managed content, HTML, XML and RSS delivery