DataSUTTLE can develop a content management system (CMS) that allows content authoring and management via administration tools. It allows for adding dynamic content: images, media, or other data, by authors who are non-technical. CMS's typically integrate with a database to store data content.
Some CMS's are created as two web sites; one for content administration, and one for public presentation. The administration site allows an administrator to make changes to the content using desktop or mobile computers. The content is then available on the public site.
- Low cost: From the system standpoint, can be free.
- Easy customization: Generally starting from a base template.
- Easy to use: Designed for the non-technical individual.
- Workflow management: Users can control the publishing status of the content.
- Implementation cost: Enterprise scale implementations will likely require a commitment to training, system engineering, and perhaps custom hardware installations.
- Maintenance costs: Some systems may require licenses and, over time, upgrades in both hardware and software.
- Hosting solution costs: May require dedicated servers to meet scalability requirements.