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Content Management System (CMS)

End your streaming IT department calls and Encourage faster web site updates without programming or design experience.

The value of a company's web site is directly related to the accuracy and speed with which its content can be made available from this point of view Boxlink ensures that a company's web site is focused on the achievement of business objectives, rather than being driven by technical issues, by putting control of content into the hands of its business experts.

Boxlink now present for all its clients the easiest application to manage your web site content without programming or design experience. A CMS makes it easier for people to create, edit and publish content on a website. Historically, website publishing has required significant technical skills (HTML, programming). A good CMS allows non-technical authors and editors to easily and quickly publish their content.

A CMS application provides:

- Decentralized maintenance.

    Based on a common web browser. Editing anywhere at any time.

- Designed with non-technical content authors in mind.

    People with average knowledge of word processing can create the content directly. No HTML knowledge needed.

- Configurable access restrictions.

    Users are assigned roles and permissions that prevent them from editing content which they are not authorized to change.

- Navigation is automatically generated and adjusted.

    Menus are typically generated automatically based on the database content and links will not point to non-existing pages.

- Content is stored in a database.

    Central storage means that content can be reused in many places on the website.

- Content scheduling.

    Content publication can often be time-controlled, hidden for later use or require user login with password.

What is Content Management System (CMS)?
A CMS is a tool that enables a variety of (centralized) technical and (de-centralized) non technical staff to create, edit, manage and finally publish (in a number of formats) a variety of content (such as text, graphics, video, documents etc), whilst being constrained by a centralised set of rules, process and workflows that ensure coherent, validated electronic content.
What are the benefits of CMS?
  1. Identification of all key users and their content management roles;
  2. The ability to assign roles and responsibilities to different content categories or types;
  3. Definition of workflow tasks for collaborative creation, often coupled with event messaging so that content managers are alerted to changes in content.
  4. The ability to track and manage multiple versions of a single instance of content;
  5. Reduce the need for training, while facilitating more people to publish. At the same time, it reduces the daily stream of calls to the IT department for changes to the website.
  6. Reduces time-to-publish, allowing you to get content published faster. This is an important issue for the modern organization. The quicker you get key content published, the more value it creates.
  7. Facilitate better content security. It can control who is allowed to publish to the website, and who is allowed to see what content.

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