cms for web development

What is CMS?

CMS is known as Content Management System. It is a software application or set of related programs that are used to create and manage digital content which are typically used for Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Web Content Management (WCM).

What is Content management?

Content management is the activity of acquiring, collecting, editing, tracking, accessing, and often delivering both structured and unstructured digital information collectively “content”. The content can include financial data, business records, customer service data, marketing information, images, video, and other types of digital information.

What is Web Management Systems?

Web Management Systems is a program that helps in maintaining, controlling, changing and reassembling the content on a webpage.

Common WCMS features:

  • Ability to design and organise websites.

  • Ability to control and prepare the content for publication which includes controlling of the content evaluation and approval before publication on the website.

  • Automation of key parts of the publishing process.

What’s so good about WCMS driven websites?

  • Faster turnaround time for new pages.

  • Better consistency.

  • Better site navigation.

  • Reduce duplication of information.

  • Greater capacity for growth.

  • Reduced site maintenance costs.

  • Efficiency.

Takeaway

In conclusion, these are the basics of CMS and how does it helps in your web development process. We hope this article benefits you. Stay tune to our next blog post where we will be sharing with you on more tips regarding the various topics. Also, you can check out our previous blog post where we have discussed topics about eCommerce.