"Internet is the greatest library in the world. The only catch is that the books are all over the floor."
John Allen Paulos
One of the problems we face online is that there are tons of information available, but that is often not organized in order to make sense and to ease search for specific information.
CMS@PLAKO - Content Management with Plako
This tool, developed exclusively by Plako's team, will help you to organize your website. With cms@plako it is possible to build a website exactly as the client wants it to be, with a roll of functionalities.
By using a modular system to create dynamic websites, Plako has built a structure capable to answer the market's needs, with a very competitive price and, simultaneously, a quick response.
Advantages on using a modular system:
1. The platform is broadly tested. So, the risk of any bugs emerging is very low. When a bug is detected, its correction is automatically passed along all of the projects launched so far.
2. All of the modules are flexible and customizable, so adding or removing functions is immediate.
3. The only platform on the market where the final customer may, from a single interface and address, manage the entire website's contents, send SMSs or newsletters and manage its own hosting services (create/remove email accounts, create forwarders, automatic responses, check statistics...).
4. Each of the modules may be applied onto several different contexts, as well as combined together in a virtually infinite number of ways:
- More than 100 modules, perfectly developed, described and documented;
- Each project comes with several base functionalities;
- The systems allows the client to add and remove modules at any given moment, at reduced costs.
5. Inserting all of the contents may be the client's responsibility. That being, wating times between adjudication and supply of contents are reduced, a process that usually takes quite some time. The conclusion of the project takes, therefore, less time.
7. Functionalities that meet the organization's structure and not the other way around. The tool is adjusted to the organizational model and is developed according to the company's needs, something that does not happen with generic (opensource) content management systems, that only provide generic modules, disregarding the company's needs.
8. Added functionalities and new complete versions of the content manager are released to all of the projects, immediately and free of charge.