Battle of the Content Management Systems: Proprietary vs. Open Source

By Jillean Kearney on January 15, 2016

Battle of the Content Management Systems: Proprietary vs Open SourceOn the hunt for a new content management system?

All of the available content management systems can generally fit into one of two buckets: proprietary and open source.

The simplest definition of a proprietary content management system is a platform that is built and maintained by one company.

An open source content management system is built and maintained by multiple interested groups or individuals.

Both types have their pros, and both have their cons.

Deciding between the two all depends on your CMS needs.

Our whitepaper, Proprietary vs Open Source CMS, will help you make an informed decision by:

  • Diving deeper into the definition of proprietary and open source

  • Differentiating between the two types of platforms

  • Outlining the pros and cons of each platform

  • Detailing how Agility CMS fits into the CMS industry

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