Content management system?
What is a Content Management System (CMS in short) and what makes a CMS stand-out? Let's start with the definitions of a CMS. A CMS is a system that allows you to manage the content of your website. You have probably heard of Wordpress, TYPO3 or Sitecore. But what makes a CMS good? A CMS should decrease the workload and should have a user-friendly interface.
Content & user focused
We are focused on making brands stand out. We believe in simplicity and outstanding interfaces. It is therefore not surprising that, after reviewing many options, we chose Neos CMS.
The fusion of brand identity, content and data is the starting point for a good customer journey. From Neos CMS, information can be placed on demand on the various media and devices, including websites, web shops, intranets, social media and apps. In the right form, with the right function and always relevant.
Neos CMS is based on the idea that content must be central and the website must adapt accordingly. Neos CMS completely removes the barrier between the user and the CMS. The user or editor no longer has to think about styling, layout and presentation and can fully focus on the content. With Neos CMS we offer a content management system that relieves the user.
A piece of history
Neos CMS was created as a spin-off from TYPO3 CMS. TYPO3 is a 1998 published open source content management system (CMS) for medium and large websites. The difference between Neos CMS and Typo3 is primarily the user-friendliness. Neos CMS distinguishes itself by not separating the back-end from the front-end. With Neos CMS, users can edit the content of the site in a very user-friendly way and the changes are also visible in advance. Users click on the element they want to change and just change it.
“Neos CMS is the most flexible and user-friendly open source CMS” Dave Kraayeveld
The Neos CMS has been developed with an open vision. By using open standards, Neos CMS is an extremely suitable platform for creating links with a wide variety of data sources, such as CRM systems, ERP systems (Navision, Exact Online), etc.
The content management system is modularly expandable and, in addition to the extensive standard functionality, has a large number of modules, plug-ins and widgets to expand the management environment as desired.