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Kiwi CMS makes 'game changer' list

12 Sep 2011

An international technology blogger has added kiwi-made Content Management System (CMS) Contegro to his list of the top 30 CMS applications.

Bryan Ruby, editor of CMS Report, compiles the list based on what he considers to be CMS ‘game changers’ and ‘attention getters’.

With 1700 applications in the CMS market, Ruby says, ‘it isn’t easy to make this list’.

"First, the application has to add something I haven’t seen in a CMS before... secondly, there has to be a good level of synergy in the development community and the user community... third, conversation via blogs, user forums, and RSS news feeds should be taking place somewhere at the official site for your CMS.

"If your current customers and developers aren’t excited about your CMS, then why would your future customers be?”

Contegro recently launched an interactive online training studio to help designers master its system.

The company is based in Albany, on Auckland’s North Shore.

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