A CMS (Content Management System) is a tool for creating and updating website dynamically. From CMS solutions, you can organize and manage the entire appearance and contents (texts, images, videos, documents or applications) on your site.
CMS and content management tools
Website backoffice in a nutshell
Why should you choose CMS Open Source?
In Sutunam, we make the choice to create your site based on recognized CMS for the following reasons:
– You do not need any technical knowledge to use your website
– Your content structure is strategically organized (pages, media, FAQ, forums, etc.)
– Your teams can work simultaneously on the same document (role, permissions, etc.)
In addition, the development cost is reduced due to the fact that many features are included in CMS solutions such as photo gallery, blog or news formats.
When features are not available, our teams will develop the necessary functions to support your needs.
Sutunam’s most recommended and utilized CMS
More and more companies are adopting a content management system to create and administrate their website. This has been a growing trend in France since 2010, when many major IT corporation decided to integrate the Open Source CMS Drupal.
Sutunam carries a selection of the best CMS on the market according to several criteria that we are committed to and are derived from several years of technological intelligence, experience and contributions to the world of Open Source. We emphasize on the sustainability of solutions, the quality of their community, their ability to evolve and safety. In Sutunam, we focus on:
– Website design using Drupal
– Website design using WordPress
These two CMS are written in PHP and based on one (or more) base(s) of SQL data. PHP is favored specially for its big amount of libraries that when accompany with MySQL and jQuery/Ajax will produce very dynamic pages.
Which CMS solution is for you?
Our expert team will help you select the most suitable CMS for your needs. We define the solution based on an analysis of the existing business, an evaluation of criteria such as the desired level of independence for publications, users number, amount of data, etc.