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How to Analyze and Select a CMS that Fits your Business Strategies

  • By Content Desk
  • July 29, 2019
  • 3 minutes read
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Updated on: July 29, 2019.

A good Content Management System (CMS) is flexible, adaptable, scalable, and supports third-party integrations with ease of use. However, it can get tricky to settle on a good CMS that agrees with your business needs to be categorized by multiple customers and their purchase journey.

In addition, it is important to engage with your potential customers on the communication medium that they have access to that too at their convenience. Furthermore, the customer experience needs to be top-notch with personalized treatment.

Sounds challenging?

A good business strategy helps formulate a meticulous marketing strategy that helps tap the right target audience to become your loyal customer. However, this marketing strategy cannot come to fruition unless you have the right CMS that fits your business strategy.

  • So how do you find out which CMS fits your business strategy?
  • Which platforms and features are needed to fulfil your business functionality?
  • And, is it possible to foresee what will work and what won’t for your business in a targeted duration?

Simply put, yes, it is possible with the support of a good customized CMS. In order to meet the requirements and opportunities of both the new and the existing engaged users, businesses need to understand the motivations, passions, needs, and hopes of their target users. They need to identify their problem and then work their product or service towards addressing it in a relevant personalized manner.

You need to figure out when, where and how to assist your customers and prospects. You can take up market research and understand what your competitors are up to so you can reach the bar already set in the market as one of the major objectives of your marketing strategy.

In order to reach the best solution:
  1. You need to check that the new system supports your current processes, fits quickly with your ongoing business goals, meets customer requirements, and justifies the ROI. Here’s how to analyze a CMS that fits with your current business growth:
    • Have a multi-domain team who knows your current business, technology & processes to judge it
    • Create a business case built on your goalmouths and current business strategies
    • Get to know your current leads, prospects, customers, and their conduct
    • Justify the cost of a CMS with the business benefits it will yield in a reasonable time frame
  2. In addition to your current business strategies, your long-term strategies are equally vital in relation to selecting the CMS. So, mapping your required solution with the specific needs of your long-term vision is needed. Here’s how to analyze a CMS that fits your futuristic business strategies:
    • Ensure that the CMS is elastic enough for changes for future business growth requirements
    • The solution must satisfy your both current and future customers
    • The system should allow pushing content to advanced marketing channels that you may add in future
    • Should support advanced mobile and other development strategies
    • The CMS should stand tall with time and need not be rebuilt every time – should be easy to upgrade, customize and scale
  3. Another key aspect to consider before implementing a CMS is Usability for Employees at executive, managerial, and decision-making levels and Ease of Management from a development and maintenance perspective. To find a CMS that fits your Organization and Employees:
    • Decide who will be your decision-makers while CMS development, launch, and its deployment
    • Fix which organizational resources will support the vendor in technology during development and after deployment
    • Select who will be handling the content part during launch and after deployment
    • Take views from diverse stakeholder groups and meet the core expectations of each
  4. It is also important that your CMS should be powerful to get connected with needed current and future business systems and be focused on selecting & integrating the right digital experiences. What to look for in a CMS that fits your business systems & digital experiences:
    • Should be easy to integrate with existing applications and business systems
    • Must support digital touchpoints, personalization and enable you to deliver customer experiences
    • Support multi-device approaches with both content-creation and publishing
    • Well managed with tracking and reporting tools to measure user behaviors & digital experiences

Most importantly, build consensus between the Marketing & the IT teams.

At times, when choosing a system, there’s often a clash between the technical IT team and the list of objectives and ideas the marketing and business development teams need to achieve. The technical team will definitely focus on finding a platform that’s compatible with the existing digital infrastructure and team’s skillsets.

Marketing and business development teams on the other side might look at what the competition is doing and copy their ready success. Get the teams together and try to work out a solution that works for both to ensure user acceptance and smooth functioning.

Are you looking for the right CMS that can fit your current and future strategies? Cygnet Infotech can work closely with you as a technology-first company to help identify and implement an effective content management solution through a 100% agile approach with speed. Get in touch with experts at Cygnet Infotech today at +1-609-245-0971 or

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