CMS-driven websites

CMS-driven website

A content management system, also called a CMS, is a server-based software package that allows individuals and teams to build and maintain everything from a simple five-page website to a complex web application.

СMS-based websites have become an ideal solution for those people who don’t have web development skills to edit the database and content of their websites themselves. For many many reasons it’s important to keep your site up-to-date. But one of the most important reasons would be the ability to effectively attract and retain your customers on a site.

At PTI, we focus on open-source CMS solutions, such as WordPress and Joomla!, and excel at design and development projects geared toward industrial manufacturers, municipalities, educational institutions, healthcare organizations, and financial institutions.

How a Content Management System Works

A Content Management System (CMS)

 

What is an CMS-driven website

A Content Management System is a computer program that allows publishing, editing and modifying content as well as maintenance from a central interface. Such systems of content management provide procedures to manage workflow in a collaborative environment.  These procedures can be manual steps or an automated cascade.
The first Content Management system (CMS) was announced at the end of 1990s. This CMS was designed to simplify the complex task writing numerous versions of code and to make the website development process more flexible. CMS platforms allow users to centralize data editing, publishing and modification on a single back-end interface.

The websites we build at PTI are search-engine friendly, mobile ready, and performance optimized.

 

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