A web content management system allows for website administration by non-technical users, by making use of templates and forms in the software interface. A WCM system lets users create content, manage documents, and maintain and moderate visitor-generated content.

Some popular WCM platforms and vendors include: OpenText, Joomla, DotNetNuke, CrownPeak, Drupal, Alfresco and Documentum.

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