My team recently took on the task of selecting a Content Management System (CMS) framework that would bring together our back-end content for collaboration and information. In addition to that requirement, our management team wanted a CMS to compile information online for our customers to find and use information about our services and products. This project was important to the company and we needed to get it done quickly, effectively and affordably.BUT…where to start? I heard the names: WordPress, Liferay Portal, Joomla, Drupal, JBoss Portal, dotCMS, Umbraco, and Microsoft SharePoint, but which framework was right for us? Would we need more than one solution to satisfy employee needs and the needs of our customers?


What about mobile requirements? Could we get something was easy for our team to update so that our content would be fresh and we could make changes to accommodate shifts in process, organization, etc.?

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They were able to satisfy even the most challenging requirements, including customized modules and plug-ins for all popular CMS solutions, and their proven process provided thorough analysis and was customized to our needs, and our project. Their team has nearly two decades of experience in working with many popular frameworks and ISO 9001:2008 QMS.

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