Jadu CMS vs. Titan CMS

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Jadu CMS
Score 1.1 out of 10
N/A
Jadu is a PHP based proprietary content management system from the company of the same name. Its architecture is cross platform and runs in Windows in the .Net framework, Linux, and Solaris.N/A
Titan CMS
Score 8.1 out of 10
Mid-Size Companies (51-1,000 employees)
Titan CMS is a web content management system (CMS) for building public websites, intranets, or extranets from Northwood Software. .Titan CMS is built on Microsoft C#.NET 4.0, SQL 2008 R2, and is designed to operate on the Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit operating system. Titan CMS offers web and data management, e-commerce, SEO, third-party code integration, site analytics, workflow and security.
$3,500
one-time fee
Pricing
Jadu CMSTitan CMS
Editions & Modules
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Base License
$3,500
one-time fee
Professional License
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one-time fee
Corporate License
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one-time fee
Enterprise License
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one-time fee
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Jadu CMSTitan CMS
Free Trial
NoYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoYes
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup fee$5,000 Per Installation
Additional Details
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Features
Jadu CMSTitan CMS
Security
Comparison of Security features of Product A and Product B
Jadu CMS
2.0
2 Ratings
120% below category average
Titan CMS
3.0
5 Ratings
91% below category average
Role-based user permissions2.02 Ratings3.05 Ratings
Platform & Infrastructure
Comparison of Platform & Infrastructure features of Product A and Product B
Jadu CMS
6.0
2 Ratings
25% below category average
Titan CMS
4.0
2 Ratings
63% below category average
API3.02 Ratings4.02 Ratings
Internationalization / multi-language9.01 Ratings4.02 Ratings
Web Content Creation
Comparison of Web Content Creation features of Product A and Product B
Jadu CMS
3.6
2 Ratings
72% below category average
Titan CMS
4.6
5 Ratings
50% below category average
WYSIWYG editor3.02 Ratings8.04 Ratings
Code quality / cleanliness1.02 Ratings3.04 Ratings
Admin section2.02 Ratings6.04 Ratings
Page templates8.01 Ratings2.05 Ratings
Mobile optimization / responsive design7.01 Ratings2.03 Ratings
Publishing workflow1.02 Ratings3.05 Ratings
Form generator3.02 Ratings5.05 Ratings
Library of website themes00 Ratings8.02 Ratings
Web Content Management
Comparison of Web Content Management features of Product A and Product B
Jadu CMS
1.0
2 Ratings
152% below category average
Titan CMS
3.8
5 Ratings
64% below category average
Content taxonomy1.02 Ratings5.05 Ratings
SEO support1.02 Ratings1.05 Ratings
Bulk management1.02 Ratings8.05 Ratings
Availability / breadth of extensions1.02 Ratings1.04 Ratings
Community / comment management1.02 Ratings4.04 Ratings
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User Ratings
Jadu CMSTitan CMS
Likelihood to Recommend
1.0
(4 ratings)
8.0
(6 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
9.5
(2 ratings)
10.0
(3 ratings)
Usability
10.0
(1 ratings)
9.5
(3 ratings)
Availability
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
8.0
(2 ratings)
In-Person Training
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Implementation Rating
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
Jadu CMSTitan CMS
Likelihood to Recommend
Jadu
Jadu CMS is not currently geared toward the academic side, but more of the business/government types of organizations. Things can be tweaked to suit your needs, but sometimes there are limitations. The programmers are very helpful in assisting with that.
If you have some in house programmers, and you can get developer training, they will be able to program their own custom widgets to use on your website. We did not have programmers but managed to create a few simple widgets.
There's also a marketplace to look for other widgets that you could use on your site.
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Northwoods
Titan CMS is a good full featured CMS if users are fairly tech savvy. It is under active development and has added significant features through the years.
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Pros
Jadu
  • Reliability. The LAMP-powered server/software rarely has any problems and can handle hundreds of concurrent users without issue. It was developed with scalability in mind.
  • Ease of Use. Our users find the backend GUI very easy to use. The layout is intuitive and follows the same format throughout the entire control panel.
  • Powerful. Even if it doesn't do something you would like it to out of the box, the code is well formatted and easy to customize.
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Northwoods
  • Utilizing a Filter to determine what shows on a page saves countless hours of configuring content that should be displayed on a page - it's been a lifesaver how easy it is to set up too.
  • Smart Search takes the search box and makes it magical. Common misspellings and alternate names can still send a user to the proper page!
  • Data nodes and filters can also be configured to Find a Dealer, Doctor, Location etc. It puts the power into a users hands and makes is easy to use.
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Cons
Jadu
  • The custom HTML editor can be frustrating
  • Does not provide advanced controls and looks as well as some competitors
  • Menus to add media content are litigious and require many clicks
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Northwoods
  • I would love to see a "View this Page" button after a page has been updated/published. Every time I publish a new page, I have to open a new browser window, navigate to a different tab, copy the page url "example/example/example" and paste it after "www.mywebsite.com" in order to preview the new page/content.
  • If Titan and WordPress were in a beauty competition, there is no way that Titan would win. Titan's dashboard, buttons, etc are dated and bland, and is in dire need of a refresh.
  • A drag and drop to upload feature would be very helpful.
  • Creating forms is very cumbersome and the pop-up window in which the form is created needs to be revamped. The font-size is much too small and it is not as customizable as it could be.
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Likelihood to Renew
Jadu
I decided not to give it a 10 because I don't know what else is out there in terms of CMS products, and there's a bias when you've only been exposed to one product. At my current job, I used Jadu sparingly but it's easy to get reacquainted with the software and the look and feel of the CMS
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Northwoods
Titan CMS had a great support system and they helped make my experience go smooth. They offer courses to help people get acquainted, offer support over the phone and are more than willing to make your experience a great one. Once I was familiar with Titan I always found myself wanting to learn more and do more to improve upon the website. Titan makes CMS fun and exciting!
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Usability
Jadu
For the common user, Jadu is very easy to use and to understand. For the more complex user/administrator, there's a lot of power to be harnessed in HTML editing, creating widgets, editing styles, creating workflows, and other advanced features Jadu can work up for the customer.
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Northwoods
Everything we've needed to accomplish, Titan CMS has been able to accomplish. From multiple levels of user rights, document rights, tagging pages and documents to make filters do the work of content displayed on a page - it's all easy to set up too. Creating a content rich product detail page template and customizing a ecommerce cart to work for those using a dealer network - needing a request for quote, to go to dealers instead of a self checkout.
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Support Rating
Jadu
No answers on this topic
Northwoods
I understand that our Web Development Team is very busy, however, sometimes there is a delay in response and a followup email is needed to determine the progress of the issue/question
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In-Person Training
Jadu
No answers on this topic
Northwoods
It was customized to include screen shots of our site and how users can access the content that only pertains to them as well as advanced training sessions for admin duties and everything that goes along with it. Training is in small groups and can be private (your company only) if you like too.
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Implementation Rating
Jadu
No answers on this topic
Northwoods
Talk to your project manager for Titan early on in development about minimalizing customizations. It seems obvious, but many times they do what you ask in the respect of "This is how we do it now, make that happen in Titan" vs. think of how Titan can deliver the same results within the confines of the base software. It's not a fault, just human nature.
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Alternatives Considered
Jadu
Jadu is miles behind these and many other CMSs. The others are much more up to date with their code and ease of use. The ability to customize other CMSs is much easier and the code structure actually makes sense. Jadu was selected because it had a portal out of the box.
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Northwoods
Clients have access to the online and PDF documentation, also tips and how-tos for the most current versions of Titan CMS in the market. Check out our full documentation library! unlimited Dev/ QA/ Server install. Load balancing, and cluster support included. Upgrade options included free of cost along with unlimited CPUs per server.
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Return on Investment
Jadu
  • More modern design compared to our old website software solution.
  • Much easier to navigate and find content, as well as searching.
  • More reliable and efficient in terms of server resources.
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Northwoods
  • Positive ROI by allowing content contributors embedded within departments with the department domain knowledge to update the site directly. More efficient and less centralized spending.
  • Requirement for investment in training users of CMS cuts into ROI. Would recommend a two-step workflow where department content contributors enter information into CMS and then approval step is done by webmaster team to ensure content meets standard formatting guidelines. This workflow functionality exists in the Titan CMS.
  • Positive ROI experienced during projects such as moving to a responsive design because much of the content can migrate untouched. Also positive when updating graphics in template to give site new look.
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ScreenShots

Titan CMS Screenshots

Screenshot of Titan CMS 7.0 Login Screen