Planning a content management systemA content management system (CMS) enables teamwork and information sharing. It is a collaborative system that allows many people involved with an organisation to get involved in its conversations, transactions and processes.

At its best, a CMS provides a flexible, vibrant, inviting venue for your customers and other partners to engage directly with you, ask you questions, involve you in their activities, complain to you, praise you, and ask you for help in solving their problems.

Contributors may be staff members, customers, suppliers, partners, users, stakeholders, fans, competitors or onlookers. The content may be any form of digital media: web pages, office documents, pictures, charts, video, audio, data, even programs.

Open source CMSs foster large, enthusiastic developer communities which contribute to the core CMS development as well as building a rich library of pluggable components and services.

Many businesses choose a CMS as the base for their web presence. We support the Joomla!® CMS. Joomla! is the #2 CMS in the global marketplace by volume of sites. It is powerful and mature, and it has a very strong global developer community supporting over 9,000 extensions to the CMS. We support it over other CMS alternatives for:

  • Its power, reliability, consistency and ease of use
  • Its best-in-class architectural and engineering quality
  • The enormous range of high-quality, peer reviewed extensions available for a wide range of large and small businesses
  • The very low and predictable TCO of Joomla! sites, and the excellent economy and availability of support and development skills for the platform and its solutions

This site is built on Joomla! 3.9.

Joomla! content management system

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