List of content management systems

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A content management system (often shortened to CMS) is a system used to organize and facilitate collaborative content creation. :For more information on content management systems, see the main article.

This is a list of content management systems. Many of them are built on top of separate content management frameworks.

Contents

Free software or open source

Proprietary

  • <sitekit> CMS - XML Content Management System (http://www.sitekit.net), offers Power, Simplicity and Control.
  • AuthorIT (software) [82] (http://www.author-it.com/) (single source)
  • Acuity CMS [83] (http://www.acuitycms.com/), a highly affordable, easy to use content management system that offers a rich set of features despite its low price point.
  • Big Medium [84] (http://www.globalmoxie.com/) is an inexpensive Perl-based web CMS featuring WYSIWYG text editing, templates for unusually flexible page design, RSS news feeds, clean standards-compliant markup, "one-click editing" and more.
  • celum IMAGINE [85] (http://www.celumimagine.com/en), Web-based solutions for content and image/media management, J2EE based
  • cm3 [86] (http://www.cm3cms.com), cm3 provides powerful off-the-shelf web-based management tools driven by a deep and extensible application development platform at a killer price. cm3 is the perfect choice for both large and small organisations to solve today's and tomorrow's data management problems.
  • CrownPeak [87] (http://www.crownpeak.com/), a Web-based Content Management System
  • CityDesk [88] (http://www.fogcreek.com/CityDesk/), a Windows client CMS
  • CMS Encore Pro [89] (http://www.biitsoft.com/products/cmsencorepro/), a Windows client CMS. A free edition (for creating commercial and non-commercial websites) is also available.
  • CommonSpot [90] (http://www.paperthin.com), is a ColdFusion-based CMS.
  • Constructioner [91] (http://www.constructioner.com), is a high-functional Web Application Development Tool for professional Developers
  • ContentForces CMS www.ContentForces.com (http://www.contentforces.com) A CMS for product information management, websites generation and integration with on-line and traditional printed marketing publications: brochures, catalogues and datasheets. Focused on Dutch and Belgian market.
  • contentpapst [92] (http://www.sandoba.de), is a PHP/MySQL-based CMS with powerful features for small and mid-sized companies.
  • DASAT CMS [93] (http://www.dasat.com) one of the best CMS for midsized and large companies
  • Dynamicweb [94] (http://www.dynamicweb.biz/) Multilingual browser based CMS (.NET VB.NET with MS SQLServer or MS Access)
  • Day Communiqu [95] (http://www.day.com) Providing content management, portal management and digital asset management in one powerful solution. Day is the leading the JSR 170: Content Repository for JavaTM technology API.
  • Design for Life CMS Content Management (http://www.contentmanagementuk.com)Fast and easy to use Content Management System for websites of all sizes. Designed for non-technical users with support for streaming media.
  • Documentum [96] (http://www.documentum.com) is probably the largest and most complex enterprise content management system available, but also the most powerful and flexible. The core product offering is the eContent Server or docbase.
  • Dozing Dogs CMS [97] (http://www.dozingdogs.com/), ASP.NET CMS, unlimited articles, blogs, users, events. More than 50 million pages served
  • Dynamix CMS [98] (http://www.dynamixcms.se) Easy-to-use CMS with true WYSIWYG.
  • DXM Multilingual WCMS [99] (http://www.dxm-cms.com) Affordable web CMS with comprehensive localisation and content sharing abilities.
  • ElementCMS [100] (http://www.elementcms.com) Enterprise level content management solution with workflows, in-context editing and full XHTML compliance
  • evoArticles [101] (http://www.evo-dev.com/products/evoarticles/) Advanced and powerful article management system. Perfect for a content-based website.
  • FileNet [102] (http://www.filenet.com) is the market leader in enterprise content management solutions. FileNet offers products for Content Management, Business Process Management, Records Management, Web Content Management, and Forms Management.
  • Fusion03 [103] (http://www.fusion03.com) is a secure application framework. With natural language error reporting, form feedback, and a dynamic help system Fusion 03 is extremely user friendly.
  • FLUiD CMS 4.5 [104] (http://www.feedstream.com/) Easy-to-Use, Host-Anywhere, XML/XSL-based, OpenOffice.org integration Distributed Authoring, Desktop Application - WCM".
  • HardCore Web Content Management [105] (http://wcm.hardcoreinternet.co.uk) is a full-featured cross-browser/cross-platform web content management system.
  • Hot Banana [106] (http://www.hotbanana.com) is an affordable ColdFusion-based content management system.
  • IgnitionWeb [107] (http://www.ignitionweb.com) is the easy-to-use Internet marketing software that empowers businesses to Inform, Promote and Transact online.
  • Immediacy [108] (http://www.immediacy.co.uk) UK based content management system acknowledged for ease-of-use
  • Infoswell [109] (http://www.infoswell.com) ASP Content Management Platform for Online Consumer & Business Publications.
  • Interwoven was the first major enterprise WCM platform, and is used by over half of the companies in the Fortune 500.
  • Livelink is a content management system produced by Open Text Corporation.
  • Macromedia Contribute allows for instant web content management. Macromedia [110] (http://www.macromedia.com/go/contribute)
  • Managee [111] (http://www.managee.com) content management system by Null Studio [112] (http://www.null.ru).
  • Marwel [113] (http://www.marwel.cz/) nice content management system by QCM [114] (http://www.qcm.cz).
  • Mediasurface
  • Metropolis [115] (http://www.rovosoft.com/) Exceptionally fast client side cms for Windows & Apple Mac OS X by RovoSoft. Includes MetroScript: an RBScript based template scripting language.
  • Microsoft has products like Microsoft Content Management Server and Microsoft Sharepoint Portal Server [116] (http://www.microsoft.com/cmserver/)
  • Movable Type [117] (http://movabletype.org/)
  • MServerSuite [118] (http://www.inter-op.net) Web based: Content Management, Integrated online registration and Membership Management. Focused on Membership and Non-Profit organizations.
  • Netdoc [119] (http://www.visiomode.com) Tight focus into usability.
  • liveSTORYBOARD CMS [120] (http://www.livestoryboard.com/) : secure hosted CMS
  • OmniUpdate [121] (http://www.omniupdate.com/) produced by WebsiteASP, Inc. (formerly known as Mainstay). Web content management focused on higher education. Has both ASP model and on-site appliance. Browser based, cross platform.
  • Oracle Corporation has products like Oracle XML DB.
  • Orb Spinner Desktop CMS [122] (http://www.orbspinner.com/), includes TCL scripting language and a SQLite database engine.
  • Percussion Software [123] (http://www.percussion.com/) Rhythmyx is optimized for managing multiple sites (e.g. Intranet, Extranet, Internet), and provides a balance of out-of-box functionality with flexiblity for customization.
  • PHLUENT CMS [124] (http://www.phluent.com/) Phluent is an ASP Content Management Platform".
  • pirobase CMS [125] (http://www.pironet-ndh.com/servlet/PB/menu/1002757_l2/index.html) Content Management System by PIRONET NDH [126] (http://www.pironet-ndh.com).
  • Polopoly
  • RedDot [127] (http://www.reddot.com) The former "InfoOffice", Enterprise Content Management.
  • Roxen CMS [128] (http://www.roxen.com/) has both a commercial version and a free "Personal Edition".
  • Savvy Content Manager [129] (http://www.besavvy.com/) ColdFusion based web content manager.
  • Simplicis [130] (http://www.valtira.com/page/simplicis.jsp) is an inexpensive web content management system from Valtira that supports multi-lingual content.
  • Stellent [131] (http://www.stellent.com/) The core product offering is the Stellent Content Server.
  • SWAA [132] (http://www.interchile.com/) Powerful and easy to use Web Content Management System from Interchile Network. SWAA Stands for Sitio Web Auto Administrable (spanish).
  • Symphony [133] (http://www.symphony21.com) Symphony is a high quality (but young) CMS, many great features, but it doesn't provide very good templating systems.
  • Synapse Publisher CMS [134] (http://www.idatatechnologies.com/) Synapse Publisher goes beyond SEO friendly CMS functionality by providing an SEO Dashboard to allow CMS users to optimize content.
  • Tacklebox CMS [135] (http://www.brookgroup.com/tacklebox) Tacklebox is offered as a fully-licensed or hosted product.
  • TERMINALFOUR [136] (http://www.terminalfour.com/) TERMINALFOUR are providers of out-of-the-box Enterprise Content Management, Self Service and eForms software based on the Java platform.
  • Tridion CMS [137] (http://www.tridion.com/) Tridion R5.1 Content Management Suite".
  • Varius [138] (http://www.xko.co.uk/varius) CMS and development framework developed by XKO, aimed at the SME market
  • Vignette [139] (http://www.vignette.com/) large and expensive CMS, running on many well-known websites like those of The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian or Der Spiegel
  • VergeCMS [140] (http://www.vergecms.com/), VergeCMS - A Free CMS Tool
  • Visual Content Constructor [141] (http://www.visualshapers.com/)
  • VYRE [142] (http://www.vyre.com) A J2EE based CMS with strong Digital Asset Management capabilities.
  • WebEngine CMS [143] (http://www.webengine.be) A web-based CMS by Winsome Benelux completely written in Java.
  • WebX [144] (http://www.webscape.no/default.asp?V_LANG_ID=0) A web-based CMS by Webscape AS.
  • WorldServer Global Electronic Publishing [145] (http://www.idiominc.com) XML and DITA-based based system for creating, translating, and publishing content to multiple formats.
  • Xitex WebContent M1 [146] (http://webcontent-m1.com) The enterprise-class J2EE web content management solution by XITEX Software.

See also

External links

  • CMSInfo (http://www.cmsinfo.org/) — news and announcements relating to open source content management systems
  • CMSWatch (http://www.cmswatch.com/) — news and announcements relating to content management systems
  • CMSLance (http://www.cmslance.com/) — find freelance designers and developers to work on your content management system
  • CMSMatrix (http://cmsmatrix.org) — compare the most common content management systems against each other
  • demosoftware.net (http://www.demosoftware.net) — demo links, docs, job and bounty board wiki for GNU GPL, web-based, Free software
  • OpenSourceCMS (http://www.opensourcecms.com/) — demos of the most common open source content management systems
  • Australian CMS marketplace (http://www.steptwo.com.au/cm/vendors/australian/index.html) — list of all the products in the Australian marketplace (both local and international)
  • www.packtpub.com/books - Content Management System Bookszh:内容管理系统列表
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