Getting the right content management system for your business has to be a careful decision. It simple is not enough to let one team specify and select the one that everyone has to use.
The IT team and the web development team are probably both filled with technologically-savvy folk who are interested in the ‘latest’ and the ‘newest’ technologies. These are NOT the people to use to select a CMS.
A Content management system consists of two parts:
- the website and
- the editorial environment
We had a client recently whose marketing team had hired a Contegro Partner to write the content for their website. As the team started uploading articles, they found that the CMS selected had a lot of limitations – the template layout was so narrow that each page became very long, there was no direct HTML editing, inserting new menu items was difficult and, worst of all, the free CMS was no longer being supported by ...