Headless, serverless, Jamstack... digitalization is advancing rapidly, websites have to adapt even faster to the new conditions and enterprises need to offer more and better content. Flexible Content Management Systems (CMS) are essential for this purpose. Find out which out of the 10 trends are the most important for the choice of a new CMS.
In 2020, a company has to be widely present on the web - otherwise, it won’t be taken seriously by most people. Only those companies will survive, whose web presence considers the users’ needs, and that takes account of the evolution of the web. Without a solid Content Management System as the foundation, this is no longer possible. Almost 60 percent of all websites are powered by a CMS.
Which one is the best? There are currently more than 650 different systems to choose from - but only ten percent of these have a market share of over one percent. In other words: Few systems dominate the market, with WordPress leading the field by a large margin, followed by Joomla, Drupal and TYPO3.
They provide different functions for different web projects. How do users find the right CMS for them? When introducing a new CMS, a wide variety of factors must be taken into account - in line with the respective business case - such as usability, scalability, expandability, security, content delivery, or collaboration. And of course, the costs for acquisition, operation, maintenance and support, training, etc. is very important.
Various trends that can have a direct impact on the CMS need to be taken into account as well. For 2020, the following ten topics should undoubtedly be considered when choosing a CMS: