A web content management system allows individuals, communities of users and enterprises to easily publish, manage and organise a wide variety of content on a website. Catalyst has proven expertise in the following content management systems.
Drupal is a popular, globally recognised open source content management system, and Catalyst has the specialist skills and experience needed when high-performance, scalability, fault-tolerance and security are key design considerations.
The Drupal CMS has a flexible architecture that enables it to be used for a variety of online purposes:
- Transactional and ecommerce services,
- Property and asset catalogues,
- Business critical system integrations,
- Collaborative services including consultations, forums, blogs, events, newsletters and social media channels,
- Multimedia broadcasting including live video streaming, podcasts, and peer-to-peer networking.
Enterprise Drupal CMS expertise
Catalyst offers a range of expertise in enterprise business applications and websites using the Drupal framework, optimised for high availability.
We provide custom development on Drupal, are Apache Solr search specialists, and are regular contributors to the open source project itself.
Contact our Drupal team to find about more about best of breed solution architecture design for scalability, reliability and maintainability.
SilverStripe CMS is an open source web content management system used by governments, businesses, and non-profit organisations around the world. It is a power tool for professional web development teams, and web content authors rave about how easy it is to use.
As a platform, the SilverStripe content management system is used to build websites, intranets and web applications. The modern architecture of SilverStripe CMS allows organisations to keep pace with innovation on the web. SilverStripe CMS enables websites and applications to contain stunning design, great content and compelling interactive and social functions.
SilverStripe Framework is an object-oriented PHP5 web application framework. It is based on a model-view-controller (MVC) architecture, a popular approach for building web-based applications. SilverStripe Framework reduces the overhead associated with common programming tasks and enables developers to write code in a logical and structured manner.
SilverStripe CMS is built on this powerful and soon standalone framework, and therefore developers can do more with SilverStripe CMS than they can do with more traditional CMSs that don't provide a separate framework and focus solely on content management.