Content Management Systems

Businesses are spoiled for choice for content management systems (CMS). As an experienced partner, we advise you on the available options and identify the best CMS for your business.

There’s an abundance of applicable CMSes when it comes to developing a website. The selection depends on the structure, scope and complexity of the website; the possible IT requirements and demands; and ultimately on subjective criteria. As an experienced Internet agency, we know our way around the various systems and we can help you choose.


TYPO3 is a free, PHP-based CMS for e-business portals and websites. The powerful range of functions and the flexibility of the interfaces enable the implementation of a sophisticated online presence. TYPO3 itself already has numerous extensions. We can develop further extensions that are customized to your business’s specific processes at any time.

TWT Digital Health is a TYPO3 silver member

TYPO3 CMS is open source; therefore there is no limit on the number of users and installations. TYPO3 is frequently the best solution for a low total cost of ownership (TCO) and high security standards.

Key features of the system are: multitenant architecture, workflow management, multilingualism, sophisticated rights management, accessibility, and SEO-friendly front-end design. TYPO3 is one of the best known free CMSes and is used mostly in German-speaking countries. We have extensive experience as a TYPO3 Silver Member and would be happy to design your website too. Learn more about the advantages of TYPO3 and our services in creating websites with TYPO3.


WordPress was originally intended as a free editorial system for online blogs but is meanwhile increasingly being used for corporate websites too, since it is substantially slimmer than other CMSes. Millions of users around the world use it due to its intuitive user interface. WordPress is based on PHP and MySQL, is open source and can be flexibly extended due to its numerous plugins.

We develop WordPress websites and adapt them to your needs, upon request. As always, we provide the entire web development cycle, from concept to WordPress-theme design, through to creation, hosting and operation. We would also be happy to take care of the content creation and management for your websites.

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM)

Adobe’s Java-based enterprise CMS Experience Manager (formerly CQ5) focuses on integration with other Adobe products, e.g., the web-analytics tool Omniture. As a Enterprise Solution Partner / Community Partner of Adobe for the Adobe Experience Manager, we emphasize our competence as implementation partner for AEM projects at TWT Digital Health.

Adobe Experience Manager provides a modern software architecture, high scalability and a user-friendly interface for editors. This makes it the ideal solution for businesses wanting to deliver content that has a high degree of complexity without compromising on flexibility.

AEM is often implemented as a company-wide central CMS. Partners are then sought to assist in the implementation and support the teams at local facilities. We have the necessary project experience and competences, even in cases where the central departments or service providers are located abroad.


Umbraco also has a high technical standard; however, it is an open-source CMS for Windows server systems. It is based on Microsoft ASP.NET, which is why it provides all the capabilities of the .NET Framework to create interfaces with existing systems.

Simultaneously, Umbraco can be flexibly extended to meet your requirements. Umbraco can be learned intuitively – even editors with no CMS experience can quickly familiarize themselves with it and manage their own sites.

We have already implemented several web projects with Umbraco and would be happy to assist you, from concept to development and launch, through to hosting and operation, in the Microsoft Azure Cloud or directly with Umbraco as a Service.


Microsoft SharePoint is normally used as an intranet and collaboration platform. TWT Digital Health extends the system and develops and implements SharePoint-based processes for corporate clients.

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