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management is the organizing, categorizing, and structuring
of information resources (text, images, documents etc.)
so that they can be stored, published, and edited with
ease and flexibility. A content management system (CMS)
is used to collect, manage, and publish content, storing
the content either as components or whole documents,
while maintaining dynamic links between components. Read
Rapidly and accurately manage content virtually
in almost any format from its native application
Enable business users to create and manage information
using familiar desktop tools or an easy-to-use Web-based
Deploy streamlined workflow for review, approval
and publishing of content and documents
Build audit trails through version control, rollback
and history management to uphold regulatory compliance
and reduce risk
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implement CMS on your new or existing web sites.
We can develop custom CMS systems as per your requirements,
or integrate existing and open source CMS systems
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our Content Management System Work
professional web developer designs a web page format
- typically with a logo at the top, and standard
navigation options across the top, down the left
hand side, and/or at the foot of the page.
This new format is used to create a master template.
the web developers in the organization get to use
special software that lets them add text and images
to web pages, automatically using the master template.
Authoring: This allows your content contributors
to create content and store it in the repository.
There are many tools and styles.
Workflow Management: This allows you to monitor,
adjust, and maintain the process through which the
creation and publishing tasks are done in your organization.
Systems range from highly complex to quite simple,
but all give you a set of tools to manage the activities
of authors and the progress of content.
Content Storage: This feature keeps the content
sensibly organized and accessible. Most CMS use
a relational database; the point is to store the
content in one place and in a consistent fashion.