Some core functionalities of today’s most widely used Content Management Systems has been listed below:-
1] Centralized Repository: CMS offers a fully centralized repository that enables authorized users to find and retrieve quickly and easily any digital content maintained by the company.
2] Rapid Import of Content: Nowadays, most content management solutions provide the ability to rapidly import existing files, documents, and materials, as well as unstructured digital information, into environment. This is because by the time company purchases or implements a CMS, they have already generated a large quantity of digital content.
3] SEO Control: CMS allows your organization to do the hardest part of Search Engine Optimization on your own and that is creating content. Also, it is important that the site give you the control over other important SEO data like title tags, Meta descriptions, etc. For optimization purpose you need to have full access to all SEO elements.
4] Security: Protection of confidential information is important component of CMS strategy. Most of them offer multiple level of security so as to ban unauthorized access.
5] Dynamic Tracking: With the help of CMS, administrators can closely monitor all activities which help them to understand how information is utilized to make more effective plans. Also, many CMS offers dynamic alert capabilities which instantly notifies when certain events occurs.
6] Speed and Performance: Use of Content Management Systems provides speed and reliability in its performance.
7] Clean URLs: The URLs created by CMS are not too long, can be understood by a person and can be customized if needed.
8] Flexibility and Creativity: CMS provides flexibility which is needed for creativity. It is possible to preview what the content will look like by “submit” or “update” button, so each user can view various templates and layouts before submissions.