Web developers using virtual private servers and other virtual server hosting solutions should consider using a content management system as a way to publish, manage and trade information, according to a Web Hosting Geeks report.
Successful CMS deployments will typically focus on enhancing business processes and improving communication and collaboration, the report said. This is especially the case because CMS can impact the entire development team.
According to the Web Hosting Geeks, non-CMS systems can create a bottleneck between portions of the business' team, limiting its ability to successfully manage and deploy its website.
"This is where a content management system shines. It will solve all of these problems while delivering speed and efficiency," the report said.
The Web Hosting Geeks said CMS systems are increasingly becoming critical for contemporary web development as consumers are expecting more services from websites. According to the report, CMS can create a centralized information management system, allowing businesses, developers and customers to communicate easily.
Simon Marks, strategic business communications manager of healthcare agency Blackmores, told Computerworld his company was able to improve customer service and communication by deploying a content management system as part of its web development plan.