Open Source CMS

CMS development: Win the battle for content hands down!

A CMS can be as simple as a “News” page where you can publish your latest news about the industry you operate. A more powerful CMS can manipulate your entire page layout, upload and display images and email your subscribers a newsletter. Not only lower cost but also the availability of resources is also higher in low cost destinations where most of these offshore software development companies are based. Other notable features of our CMS are as follows:

Media Management:

Our Content Management systems help users publish latest files on their web sites and manage them using simple and convenient tools.

Link Management:

Creating internal and external links to other pages or files can now be done easily.

Page Preview:

Previewing new pages in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) format is possible. The editor can control all aspects of content within the web site before making new pages live.

Ensure Successful Deployments Even At Remote Locations:

Users who choose STEMDOT Connecticut for their open source CMS will have access to technical support experts, and receive online software updates, hot fixes and security patches 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. This ensures that every member of your team uses the same, highly reliable CMS environment consistently through each stage of the portal’s life cycle and it prevents to a great deal, the glitches which arise when different PHP versions and configurations are used in development, testing and production.

Our Approach to CMS development

We honestly believe that the main elements of any successful CMS design strategy include: eye-catching design, lucid content, and a user-friendly interface. Most web designing outfits lay a heavy emphasis on design but ignore the other two aspects. Our experience of working with clients from diverse industry verticals has given us a fine understanding of online visitor behavior.

The insights gained, have helped us to develop design solutions that encapsulate the voice of your brand. It is this distilled knowledge gained over the years that has taught us to keep the demographic and psychographic profile of visitors in mind while deciding the layout, color scheme and design of the portals.

An example would illustrate this better: If the website caters to a young audience then the color scheme of the web page would incorporate bright and vibrant colors. On the other hand, if the website caters to a middle-aged audience then we would use sombre and light shades relevant to the tastes of the target audience.