In May, HubSpot introduced CMS Hub, its new content management platform. One of the main components of this CMS is flexibility. Web developers can now create customized sites and functionality, while at the same time marketers and content creators can easily manage the content of the site.
As soon as he finished watching the live webinar announcing the new CMS, our web developer, Jan Christenson, started looking into certification. He finished it up this week and is ready to help you out.
The CMS Hub is on a managed SaaS (software as a service). This is where a software application is distributed over the internet and is hosted by a third party provider. Instead of purchasing software once, you pay a monthly subscription. The benefit of this model is your software is updated and maintained regularly. This takes a burden off you and helps your website function properly.
For those of you already using HubSpot, this is a great upgrade for every department.
You can make and manage pages quickly and simply. This makes building and optimizing pages for different visitors a much easier task. Slack your developer, or don’t. It’s that easy.
HubSpot has a security team ready to help at all times. This includes enterprise-class web application firewall, SSL, custom CDN, SSO memberships, etc.
Do you have a preferred set of developing tools, feel free to use them. Plus, the marketing department can easily handle updates thanks to flexible themes. If you need any extra help, there’s a team of certified developers ready to help.
One of these certified developers is our web guru, Jan. If you’re curious about learning more about CMS Hub or in the midst of using it and have questions, reach out.
If you’re interested in learning more about CMS Hub, here’s a great resource page.