Web Content Management System

What is a Web Content Management System?

   A Web Content Management System (also referred to as WCM, ECMS, or Web CMS) is a software application that allows for easy management of content placed on the internet. A Web Content Management System makes managing HTML content easy, even for users who have little experience using computer programming languages. This link will take you to a video which explains WCMS: click HERE.

What does a WCMS usually include?
  • Automated Templates
  • Editable Content
  • Scalable Feature Sets
  • Web Standards Upgrades
  • Workflow Management
  • Delegation
  • Document Management
  • Content Virtualization
  • Content Syndication
  • Multilingual
Why and who should use a WCMS?

    Anyone who has little knowledge about computer language.  Using a WCMS is easier than hiring a computer programmer because if there are any changes that need to be made on the web content the user can instantly make those changes himself. Some benefits of using a WCMS are quicker turnaround time for changes of content, better access while navigating the site, less of a chance for information duplication, and reduced costs for maintenance.


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