Specialized Content Management Systems Speed Documentation

Freeman, Bret
December 2005
Database Trends & Applications;Dec2005, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p20
The article provides information on the content management system (CMS) that is used to speed documentation. The single-source content management systems enable the user to store content at the component level and repurpose it to multiple channels to provide the best solution. A CMS can rectify inefficiencies and speed up the editorial process. CMS has several types of systems including basic client/server model, Web application and hosted active service provider model. Vendors that provide CMS offers alternative payments, such as subscription plans that allow organizations to avoid the capital budget process.


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