Which Open Source CMS Is Right for Your Business?
Mar 06, 2012, 16:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"'There's more acceptance and awareness of open source CMS in
the enterprise today, but there's also more options,' she said.
'Ten years ago the projects existed but there [weren't] many
options for a commercial entity to engage with.'
"Having a commercial partner is key for large businesses using
open source software, and for some organizations it might be a
requirement. Instead of buying software, what you purchase is the
commercial package -- a subscription for add-ons, custom code,
updates and support from a reputable service partner.
"In the mid-market, companies are more apt to have a team
responsible for building on the open source CMS to make it work for
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