Content management systems (CMS) are efficient and time-saving. They allow users to create, edit and manage content simultaneously.

Websites live from their content. Texts, images, videos and graphics not only have added value for readers and users, but are also positively registered by search engines. Content management systems provide a platform in which all website content can be created, maintained, edited and organised. Website maintenance involves a great deal of effort, which would hardly be feasible without the use of a CMS. A content management system separates the content from the design, so that the administration of the site is greatly simplified. Well-known CMSs include Typo3, Joomla, Drupal and Contao. But also larger systems such as Pimcore or the well-known blog tool Wordpress have far-reaching CMS functionalities and enormously reduce the maintenance effort for website operators.


Content management systems enable companies to work more efficiently, optimise their workflow and display up-to-date content. In a CMS, individual content modules such as text modules, image modules or videos are defined. These can be arranged and edited separately. With most systems, the built-in media files are stored centrally so that every file change is adopted everywhere. Responsible employees can be prepared for CMS use with training and thus completely take over content maintenance.... However, they do not need any programming knowledge for this, as they do not have to intervene in the code of a website.  

Many content management systems can also assign different access rights, which means that employees can be divided into different responsibilities. In this way, a distinction can be made between who is allowed to upload, edit or publish content.  

In this way, websites or other services can be edited by each responsible department. This simplifies the workflow and frees up resources. 


A content management system can simplify the maintenance and administration of a website. Especially for pages with a large amount of data, a CMS is a real relief, because with good organisation all contents of the website can be called up and changed immediately. To optimise the workflow in a company, the right CMS is therefore a valuable investment.

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