Open Sourced Solution or Tailor-Made Content Management Solutions
When developing a new website, one of the most important decisions that you will need to make is the selection of which Content Management System (commonly known as CMS) to use. There are many different types of CMS's, so it's important that your website's goals and objectives are clearly outlined so that the right decision is made.
For complex sites, where a 3rd party CMS may not be suitable, Nexa builds fully tailor-made, custom CMS. That sets us apart from most other businesses and although the level of work involved in the development of our CMS is much greater, each client is provided with a CMS that is fully flexible and can be adapted over time as requirements change.
The Nexa CMS is also extremely user friendly and provides a WYSIWYG interface where site administrators can modify a ‘mirror’ editing version of the site, and then upload the new content at the click of a button. More complex changes to the site can be administered using a MSWord type interface.
While industry research will provide you with some insights when selecting your new content management system, it's also important that you share your business' goals and objectives with your website design and development partner so that this information is also considered during the decision making process. Often, the most obvious choice may not be the best long-term option for your business, which can result in costly re-development fees and lost time. At Nexa, our team will assess the needs of your business and help you understand why we would recommend a specific type of content management platform. Below is a chart that highlights the best web content management systems according to G2Crowd.
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