Content Management

Content Management custom-made also for your company

A good corporate website lives from its up-to-dateness and the functionality it offers the visitor. With the right choice and the use of a content management system, companies can lay the foundation for a central marketing tool and an easily maintainable and scalable website. Using an open-source CMS also allows them to operate independently of a particular vendor or agency, and also often makes switching much easier.

As an open source enthusiast and PHP developer, I am happy to assist you in implementing the content management systems TYPO3 CMS, Neos and Wordpress, as well as some popular headless CMS.

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