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Titan CMS, powered by Northwoods, is a web content management system (CMS) for building public websites, intranets, extranets and portals. Titan CMS is built on Microsoft .NET MVC backed by Microsoft SQL serve and Windows Server. Titan CMS offers web and data management, e-commerce, SEO, third-party code interation, site analytics, workflow and security.
- Titan CMS supports editing through blocks of content, lists, and functions. The most common is the WCAG 2.1 AA accessible WYSIWYG Freeform editor, meant to facilitate editing with little to no technical skill.
- Supports content marketing and blogging.
- Titan CMS SmartSearch automatically captures and tracks search words that site visitors use to query your site and the results they received during the search request in order to identify areas of need and target content for those search requests by mapping keywords. Filters and tags organize and arrange content.
- Workflow and Page History with Rollback allow managers to delegate day-to-day content management while still controlling final approval.
- Titan CMS data management provides a framework (data sites) for creating structured data, ie store locators, calendars, product catalogs, etc.
- Supported: WYSIWYG editor
- Supported: Code quality / cleanliness
- Supported: Content versioning
- Supported: Admin section
- Supported: Page templates
- Supported: Library of website themes
- Supported: Mobile optimization / responsive design
- Supported: Publishing workflow
- Supported: Form generator
- Supported: Content scheduling
- Supported: Internal content search
- Supported: Content taxonomy
- Supported: SEO support
- Supported: Browser compatibility
- Supported: Bulk management
- Supported: Page caching
- Supported: Availability / breadth of extensions
- Supported: E-commerce / shopping cart extension
- Supported: Community / comment management
- Supported: Import / export
- Supported: Website analytics
- Supported: API
- Supported: Internationalization / multi-language
- Supported: Role-based user permissions
- Supported: Multi-factor authentication
- Supported: User-level audit trail
- Supported: Version history
- Supported: Simple roll-back capabilities
- Supported: .NET
- Microsoft Azure Active Directory
- Azure Backup
- Azure Blob Storage
- HubSpot Marketing Hub
- Google Analytics
- Google Tag Manager
- Salesforce Identity
- Google Maps API
- MaxMind GeoIP®
- Jira Software
- Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365)
- Microsoft Power BI
- Azure Cognitive Search (formerly Azure Search)
- Coveo Relevance Cloud
- Fabasoft Mindbreeze
- Infor LN
- Aptean Ross ERP
- Act-On Software
- SharpSpring from Constant Contact
- Azure Media Services
- Google Places
- Google Search
- Salesforce ERP
- Foxy Cart (foxy.io)
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||25%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||50%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||25%|
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Mobile Web, Any mobile display|
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Titan CMS works well for our small team of authors and I have heard first hand how companies with hundreds of authors use it too. In years past the software was weak for handling multiple language sites, if this is your need take the time to evaluate how this process works and will integrate with your translation providers. I've had great success using Titan CMS to manage a large product catalog with heavily detailed pages.
I found that Titan CMS was very good for the size company that I was with (50-200 employees). It was easy for me to maintain by myself, but it was also easy to introduce some key tasks to other employees so they could utilize it as well. I came from a background with no website experience and Titan actually enlightened my use of Content Management Systems
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.
Titan CMS is well suited for those looking for a content management system that is easy to use and is managed by a staff of knowledgeable individuals that provide answers to your questions and get back to you in a timely manner.
Titan CMS works best when one specific person can be completely dedicated to it. In my past experience, when multiple people work with it, it can be difficult to control hidden content/pages, and other fine details. While it is user friendly, I honestly feel that people that have not worked with prior CMS will be much slower picking it up than WordPress.