Content Management Systems or CMS as it is abbreviated and used for ease, allows publishing, editing and maintaining a website from a central interface. This helps in maintaining dynamic content in your website and rolling out new features with relative ease.
The Content Management System that usually powers the web has generally two parts – the content management application that allows you to create content without necessarily knowing the “languages” of the web – just the way you know it, and the content delivery application – that “serves” what you created in a form and style that sticks to your website design, and yet be visible on the web by virtue of its structure.
CMS are an integral part of Digital Technology landscape today. Determining and choosing the right CMS for your requirement needs a strong expertise across multiple available CMSs.
WordPress powers more than 37% of all websites in the world, and controls a massive 59.8% of the content management system market
We can help you identify the right CMS for your requirement, and develop bespoke digital properties using the same. We work across multiple CMSs like WordPress, Drupal and Joomla,enabling you to tailor content the way you want, in line with your business objectives online, to reach the specific target.
The CMS that you use, is a crucial tool instrumental for the success of your business. Choose it right, and it will work wonders for you. Following are two of our favourite CMSs.
WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system. It now powers more than 37% of all websites in the world, and controls a massive 59.8% of the known content management system market. Some famous websites powered by WordPress for all, or part, of their web presence are, Whitehouse.gov, Mercedes Benz, TechCrunch, The New Yorker etc. Our team has extensive experience on WordPress and can develop bespoke themes, websites and plug-ins for your requirement.
Drupal has been around for even longer than WordPress, though it lacks WordPress’ popular market share. Originally launched in 2000, Drupal powers 2.3% of all websites and has a 4.6% share of the content management system market. Some notable websites running on Drupal are University of Colorado, The Economist, Nasa.gov etc. Reach out if you have a project that needs to be built with Drupal, and you will be in safe hands.