Content Management System

Why Choose a Content Management System From Progress Solutions ?

A CMS from Progress solutions can provide a reliable, secure, and cost-effective content management solution that allows you to work more wisely and efficiently. When you buy our products, you aren’t just buying a tool; you get a relationship with our company for the long haul. Our team of XML analysts provide expert support and services for our clients, ensuring the highest levels of quality and personalized service.

At Progress solutions we have been helping companies like yours meet their content management needs since inception of our company. We proudly serve organizations of all types and sizes across a wide spectrum of industries including healthcare, publishing, finance, and many more.

Enterprise content management (ECM)

An ECM facilitates collaboration in the workplace by integrating document management, digital asset management and records retention functionalities, and providing end users with role-based access to the organization's digital assets.

Web content management (WCM)

A WCM facilitates collaborative authoring for websites. ECM software often includes a WCM publishing functionality, but ECM WebPages typically remain behind the organization's firewall.

The needs of your organization will determine the best type of content management system for your business. The first step in choosing the right one is to familiarize yourself with the different options available on the market today. Below is a list of the major categories:

Type of Content Management System Purpose
Web Content Management System  (WCMS) Specializes in managing and delivering content to Web sites
Digital Asset Management System (DAM) Specializes in managing graphics and multimedia components and their corresponding metadata, but not text
Document Management System (DMS) Manages whole documents rather than the actual content itself; similar to an electronic filing cabinet
Enterprise Content Management System (ECM) Manages all aspects of content within an organization (i.e., e-mails, business documents, and more) and is scalable for use throughout the entire enterprise.
Component Content Management (CCMS), also known as XML Content Management (XML CMS) Manages content at the component level and stores it only one time as a single source for maximum content reuse and delivery to multiple media channels (i.e., print, Web, mobile devices, PDF, and more) - Vasont fits in here!