At its core, a Content Management System (CMS) is essentially what it sounds like; it’s a platform that allows users to create and manage content on the web, alongside other functions like site and design creation.
But with the wide list of CMS options in the market today, the parity between these different platforms means the above, basic definition of a CMS is about where the similarities end. In fact, there’s great parity between today’s CMS platforms, each of which are tailored to various business verticals and use cases.
Typo3 is one such CMS, typically used by large companies, although as WordPress has continued to evolve, it’s begun to emerge as a direct competitor.
For more information on the differences between these two CMS platforms specifically, check out our white paper “WordPress vs Typo3” in which we cover the cost-effectiveness, features, and community support for each. The best thing you can do at this stage is research, and this white paper will help you make an informed decision about which CMS to choose.