Content Management Systems are designed to simplify the process of publishing content to websites. A CMS will allow users to create, edit, manage and publish content to a website without requiring technical knowledge of HTML.
With 75% of our clients managing their own websites, we have more experience with content management solutions than any other web design & development company in Greater Vancouver. We also know that each company is unique in how they do business and that one type of content management system will not meet all of our clients' diverse needs. That is why we offer multiple CMS solutions.
We can recommend the best solution for your particular requirements and assist you with website design, programming, implementation, training and ongoing support.
Some of the many content management systems provided by Graphically Speaking are:
WordPress CMS software is the most popular content management system in the world today. Wordpress is built by hundreds of community volunteers, and has more than a thousand plugins and themes available. This is an excellent tool for smaller websites.
Drupal is an open source content management platform powering millions of websites and applications. Client's searching for an open source CMS to handle mid to larger website initiatives typically choose Drupal. A key strength of Drupal is it's thousands of add-on modules.
SiteFinity is a .NET web content management system by Telerik. Client's requiring a more reliable and consistent CMS choose SiteFinity. This CMS is a leader in its field, is easy to use, priced right for most companies and utilizes the Microsoft platform.
Adobe Dreamweaver & Contribute desktop CMS software are powerful web publishing and website management tools that integrate authoring, reviewing, and publishing in an easy-to-use WYSIWYG HTML editor. They increase web publishing productivity while simplifying oversight and approval tasks.
Microsoft SharePoint is a powerful and effective collaboration and content management tool for corporate Intranets and extranets. Using SharePoint 2010, your people can set up Web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make better decisions.
Some of the main features of an effective content management system are:
A CMS allows for in-house creation, edition, publication and archiving of website content which increases productivity and reduces maintenance costs.