About Crafter CMS

Crafter CMS is an API-first headless content management system (CMS) designed to help businesses create, update, and publish content across multiple digital channels. Authors can manage and deliver content using in-context editing, drag-and-drop, multi-channel preview, auditing, version history, content dependencies and workflow management capabilities. 

The application enables marketers to create targeted content and provide product recommendations to customers, personalizing the shopping experience and enhancing brand visibility. Authors can manage content across applications, websites, portals, kiosks, VR or AR experiences and chatbots from a centralized platform. It provides a search functionality, which helps users locate content...


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Supported Operating System(s):

Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows 10

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May 2018

Maria Gabriela from Ministerio de Transporte

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Time Used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

5.0

May 2018

This program offers the construction of websites with speed and efficiency in a short time. I recomm

As I could see, choosing the right content manager for your business is not an easy task, so I recommend that if you have doubts about it, always consult a specialized professional, as this advice can save you future headaches, resources and at worst of cases avoid damaging the image and credibility of your brand.

Pros

The use of a CMS can drastically accelerate the process of developing a website, gives people with little or no technical ability the ability to create, update or modify content, most CMS are developed to be easy to maintain and to update

Cons

Hidden implementation costs to perfect the system and adapt it to the needs of users: purchase of plugins, themes, etc; If users are averse to learning the basics of using a CMS, its use will not be as efficient. This means that it might be necessary to hire experienced staff or technical help. In the wrong hands, a non-updated CMS can do a lot of damage to a website and lead to serious security vulnerabilities.