Web Content Management Systems
Most large websites contain so much information that it is impractical to hand-craft every page. Instead the information (such as product data) is stored in a database and then displayed within a template in a web page. This is usually done by a tool called a content management system (CMS). To the end user, a good CMS is indistinguishable from a simple collection of static web pages.
We have broad experience across many different content management systems, from million-pound deployments of SDL Tridion to free, open-source instances such as Composite C1, Kooboo, Dot Net Nuke and Orchard.
We have also created custom content management solutions for specific purposes, such as efficient cataloguing and faceted-searching of one hundred million spare machinery parts.
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