Content management systems (CMS systems for short) are editorial systems that help you to manage content such as texts, images and PDFs easily and clearly and to present them on your website. A CMS system can also be used in the intranet as an "offline platform". HTML and programming skills are usually not required to create or edit new content. The CMS system usually offers a graphical user interface. Editing is made easier for editors by so-called WYSIWYG editors.
Different editing rights can be assigned to individual editors. In this way, different topics of the website can be managed by one editor each (rights and role management). Content and basic layout are separated from each other in a content management system. With a CMS you can therefore ensure the corporate design despite different editors. As a rule, these systems can be scaled very well. They can therefore grow with the company and its requirements.
Compare the content management systems listed here. The CMS systems in this section are suitable, for example, for editorial offices and municipalities, but also for SMEs or even large companies. For content management systems, there are usually a variety of extension options, modules, add-ons and additional components, e.g. for store systems, one-to-one marketing and newsletter systems.