The CMS (Content Management System) sits right at the heart of your content supply chain. From where it orchestrates and manages the workflows surrounding content organization, metadata management, creating asset relations, and the setting up of business rules for monetizing your content. All of these operations are managed from one central interface that a CMS offers.
Therefore it is apparent that the CMS plays a crucial role in establishing compelling content-based workflows at scale. Yet many companies are still stuck with the legacy CMS of the past, built on a monolithic architecture. Such systems operate with cluttered and rigid workflows, often preventing companies from optimizing their content distribution process. Integrating new features or extending workflows to uplift customer experiences can be a constant challenge. A simple update requires extensive development support, only to entangle your backend further. Such a situation causes immense frustration not only to developers but also to other stakeholders across departments.
However, the advent of the modern CMS lays to rest such challenges by leveraging a modular architecture designed for agility, extensibility, and interoperability.