Web Content Management System

WCMS Technologies We Track

    Global WCMS Software Market Share (%)

    Company Name Market Share
    WordPress 59.9%
    Joomla 6.6%
    Drupal 4.6%
    Magento 2.4%
    Blogger 1.9%
    Shopify 1.8%
    Bitrix 1.5%
    TYPO3 1.5%
    Squarespace 1.5%
    PrestaShop 1.3%
    others 17%

    Companies Using Web Content Management System (Sample Data)

    Company Name Website Address Address 1 City State Zipcode Country Phone Number Employee Size Revenue Size (USD) SIC Code SIC Industry
    Bibliomation Inc. biblio.org *** Wooster ****** Waterbury CT 6708 United States (***) **7-4*** **7 *** 7389 Nonprofit Business Associations
    Artisan Web and Print artisanwebandprint.com *** Main S**** Brattleboro VT 5301 United States (**2) 5*9-1*** *** ** M 2752 Commercial Printing, Lithographic
    Brady Corporation bradycorp.com 6*** W. Good ***e ****** Milwaukee WI 53223 United States (4**) 3*8-**** **** **.1 B 3089 Plastics products, nec
    Littler Mendelson littler.com *** California **** 20Th Floor San Francisco CA 94108 United States (***) 4*3-**4* **** **0 M 8111 Legal Services
    Delta Air Lines delta.com **3* Delta ****** Atlanta GA 30320 United States (***) 7**-2*** 8***0 *** B 4111 Airport Transportation Service
    Mercy Corps mercycorps.com ** Sw An***y ******t Portland OR 97204 United States (**3) **6-5*** 3*** *** 8322 Individual And Family Services

    WCMS, a Web content management system is a system that is specifically designed to manage web content. The software consists of a set of tools that provides an organization with a way to handle digital information even without any prior knowledge of web programming or markup skills. In simple words, WCMS is a program that helps in assembling, organizing and changing the content on a webpage. It is the foundation for collaboration which entitles the users with the ability to manage documents and grant multiple user access with permission to edit, view or manage and participation.

    Why businesses need WCMS?

    Before the existence of WCMS, businesses earlier relied on static pages that were directly being uploaded on to servers to publish their content or anything on websites. Today, most companies use WCMS as they include inbuilt templates in the form of XSLT files and features of Open APIs, Content Personalization, Multilingual support, and Permission Control.

    Benefits of using Web Content Management Systems or WCMS:

    • It is easy for even a non-technical minded.
    • Easy site maintenance: allowing IT staff to maintain on-site creation and maintenance.
    • Self-controlled which enables users to change the layout, enable/disable module positions and more.
    • Web standard compliance can be enforced.
    • Content can be centrally stored and backed up.
    • Sites can leverage common templates for a consistent layout.
    • One can publish to any web server with an appropriate supply of credentials.