CMS Buyer’s Guide for Higher Education

Helping institutions manage their digital channels

CMS Buyer’s Guide

Is your content management system suitable for your website?

Higher education websites are different in several ways. They require additional features such as a course catalogue, directories and notifications. They also have more audiences to support and internal constituents to manage the site.

What’s needed now is to build a smarter content that can adapt to different channels and audiences. The key is to not get locked into a platform that can’t support current and future requirements.

This buyer’s guide outlines the key use cases, features and types of systems and success factors in selecting a Web CMS.

Inside this guide:

  • History of web content management for higher education
  • Key features and capabilities for modern CMS platforms
  • Web CMS implementation
  • Understanding deployment options
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This guide is sponsored by Ingeniux