Last week, we talked about the attributes of a good CMS platform. We know that CMS has the potential to streamline content, and organize a company’s message in a variety of ways. A powerful tool, and great way to structure your voice, we need to ask ourselves this: how much is CMS worth? How much stock does it have in the eyes of other companies, and larger corporations. What personal and financial investments are we making in CMS systems? Let’s find out then.
Did you know that:
The Web Content and Mobile Content Management Systems Markets are projected to reach over $6 billion by 2020.
WordPress is used by 24% of all websites, powering close to a quarter of the internet. The New York Times and Fortune Magazine use WordPress as a CMS.
So we have fiscal evaluation of CMS and similar technologies going into the billions. Why is this the case? Well the simple answer is that CMS has become exactly what we want, and let’s us do it simplier. We can make mobile, interactive, and flexible systems that grow into other applications. One minute you have a CMS that organizes and stores digital information, the next you have an entire that allows an entire workforce to use productivity features.
Companies value efficiency, and productivity, and CMS platforms offers those with their headlines. Whether it is a website system, a digital work desk, or a combination of both, an “improvement medium” will always have value.
In the end, it’s all about having one place to put everything. People don’t like clutter. People don’t like confusion. People especially don’t like stress. That’s why CMS systems, especially WordPress, have been growing and on the rise. Offer a way to cut the chaos, and you have a great business model.
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