Drupal is an open source Content Management System that is designed for building dynamic web portals for either public facing or internal communications. Drupal is ideal for large scale, fast moving websites, its highly flexible approach allows anyone to rapidly publish and organise online content.
WordPress is an extremely popular open source content management system. Most commonly used for weblogs WordPress offers a highly customisable easy to use system that can be used for almost any content delivery purpose. Alternative WordPress uses include business directories, job boards and photography portfolios.
Joomla is a free content management system and web application framework favoured by web developers and designers for wide range of projects from Fortune 100 sites to government portals. With over 250,000 active developers there is no shortage of plugins and themes to customise your site.
osCommerce is a powerful, but easy to use, e-commerce web solution that enables you to build your business with a minimum of fuss. Easily customisable with 6,500+ community add-ons and themes osCommerce is both a powerful and flexible online tool that can bring your goods to a global market.
Magento is a feature packed eCommerce platform that offers complete flexibility combined with easy of use both from administrators and customers. Used by big names such as Nokia, Ford and Good Year. Suitable for small businesses and enterprise alike it's perfect for a fast grow organisation.
phpBB is an extremely popular open source bulletin board system with millions of installations to its name. Whether you need a small forum for a cooperage intranet or a large scale customer engagement tool. The extensive administrator panel allows in depth customisation of the forum with ease.
vBulletin is a widely used commercial bulletin board system, initially released in 2000 and now in it's 4 major revision it's commercial support has always placed it a step a head of the competition for mission critical service providers. What it gains in it's commercial offerings however, it loses in community development of modifications and themes.
MediaWiki is a free and open software online collaboration tool originally designed for use on Wikipedia but now freely available to all and widely used by commercial and non-profit organisations to allow the collaborative editing of information. Surely a must for any organisation large or small. (We can't function without it!)
Gallery, an open source project built to facilitate the easy management and publishing of photography and digital art online. Well into is 3rd major release it includes several photo manipulation features including thumbnail generation, image rotation, resizing and mirroring. Use a Gallery compatible desktop client and you can batch upload photography right to your website for the ultimate in convenience.
Require something a little more tailored than those show? Does the term 'Sledgehammer to crack a Nut' apply to the systems shown above?
Kaweb can put together a bespoke content management system developed around your online business model. Whether it be an ecommerce based solution, one that is property orientated or a more simple CMS… we can help.
Our designers and developers are well used to building highly intuitive sites along with back end systems that are just as easy to use.
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