This, however, is only one of many success stories that TYPO3 has scripted for its customers across diverse industries. TYPO3 is open-source and a highly secure content management system that allows businesses to create, manage and output any digital content in a single system, packed with over 9,000 features and at no license cost. Having aligned itself with ever-evolving content needs for two decades now, TYPO3 enables convenient content management, with its primary focus on structuring the complex data. “Content management is majorly about managing complex data structures. If a business has a system that doesn’t focus on truly structured data, they cannot reuse the data. Our strong trait is the ability to make complex data manageable, even for a manager who lacks the technical expertise.” States Mathias Schreiber, CEO of TYPO3 GmbH.
With its built-in solution for businesses to export their site from one server and import it on another, TYPO3 eliminates their concerns of migrating from one site to the next. Added to that, its next-gen image rendering abilities allow composing new images based on a ruleset defined per website and also per use of a single image (alongside the basic image manipulation capabilities like scaling, cropping, and adding watermarks). TYPO3’s critical features also include its out-of-the-box CDN support, automated scheduling of content publishing, integrated handling of remote media, and optimized system for mobile usage.
With no license cost involved in TYPO3, businesses save nearly a quarter of a million that they spend every year, and can invest it in value-adding business strategies
TYPO3 is also unique in a way that it provides support for businesses through its contributing vendors, unlike other open-source software that do not have support to reach out to when a problem occurs while running business-critical applications.
Besides expanding its footprint in the U.S. and Indian markets, TYPO3 is currently working closely with companies like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon to enable better performance of their system in the cloud. “With no license cost involved in TYPO3, but a feature-set incomparable to existing expensive systems, businesses save nearly a quarter of a million that they spend every year, they can then invest in value-adding business strategies,” concludes Schreiber.