Headless content management systems (CMS)
Server-less content management in the cloud for multimedia and multichannel publication
We create roadmaps for establishing CMS frameworks. A headless CMS will future-proof your builds and structure content that easily flows across APIs—ready to be published across channels.
Our team of experts ensures that you have the right APIs in place to quickly retrieve content from multiple data sources and enterprise legacy application sources in real time.
Decoupled doesn’t mean your content is exposed to risk; we ensure that you adhere to industry best standards so your organizational content assets are in a secured environment.
Depending on the CMS, we have saved customers 60-75% in costs from fewer licenses needed for headless CMS.
New features can be deployed much more rapidly. For example, marketing can immediately launch microsites without IT.
A headless CMS provides greater freedom to rapidly adopt new technologies without vendor constraints.
Your CMS can go offline with no impact to your web apps. Architecture makes it easier to secure and encrypt vulnerable areas.
Getting high demand for certain applications? Simply set up a new app server and point it to the content.
Your content team has full flexibility and control to focus on accomplishing their goals without dependence on IT.
Through building user-friendly websites and portals for medium- and large-scale businesses, we have established an enterprise content management center of excellence (CoE).
We bring together the right technology, subject matter expertise, and industry know-how to help clients establish CMS capabilities that drive business outcomes.
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HGS helped a leading global semiconductor company achieve 2.5X faster microsite go-lives and zero downtime. This growing company is now using cloud to upgrade its IT infrastructure.