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    Neos is a content management system that convinces with its simple, intuitive use. We use the NEOS editorial system ourselves and are very experienced and satisfied with it - and your employees will soon be too!

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Neos - The simple and intuitive content management system

Neos is a content management system that convinces with its simple, intuitive use. We use the content management system from NEOS ourselves and are very experienced and satisfied with it - your employees will soon be too!

We have been developing web solutions based on Typo3 for more than 20 years and know the CMS in all its facets. The content management system Neos, which emerged from the Typo3 community, has recently proven to be ideal for many requirements. It is much more user-friendly and intuitively structured. This results in less support effort. Neos offers flexible content structuring and is optimally optimized for target group-specific and regionalized content (language, country, target group). SEO tools are included as standard, as are personal and group-specific preview environments.

Why Neos CMS

Content, texts and photos are very easy to create with NEOS because they are largely self-explanatory. Anyone who can handle MS Office will also get along well with this CMS. The intuitive tree structure behind the website and each individual page simplifies work enormously.

Neos CMS wants to offer its users easy creation, editing and modification of web content. Among other things, this is done using drag-and-drop. In addition, the system is designed by developers for developers. This can be seen, among other things, in the possibilities for modeling user-defined content, in the planned extensibility and in the simple integration of third-party systems.

Neos CMS Features

We individually analyze your needs and recommend the CMS that best fits your requirements. As a web agency, we are happy to support you with our know-how in the migration from Typo3 to Neos.

With Neos, you no longer have to awkwardly switch back and forth between the front-end and the back-end to edit content and control the changes. Because this CMS offers real "WYSIWYG". The keyword is inline editing. Edit content intuitively exactly where it is displayed. Directly on top of the selected web page, the user interface lays itself as a tool. This means that you no longer waste time with cumbersome preview sequences.

Neos inherently offers much more than just the possibility of multilingualism. With the modern content dimensions approach, it is possible to manage multilingual websites, multiple branches in different countries, and much more. Editing content remains child's play with more complex structures and many languages. Discover now our expertise in Localization

Thanks to the latest SEO tools, the Neos CMS is also well equipped for the future. XML sitemaps, Canonical tags, Human Readable URLs, Schema tags, Yoast SEO plugin - all no problem.

Front-end editing, design freedom, individuality: Neos CMS focuses on content and simplicity. With the modern content management system, which evolved from the further development of TYPO3, we realize your web presence depending on project requirements and needs.

Since Neos is an open source CMS, there are no licensing costs. In addition, you as a user are in no way dependent on a manufacturer.

CMS Neos is based on individual packages and can be reused. Existing packages can be reused and extended. This is independent of project and agency. Compared to other CMSs, this structure also allows updates to be carried out efficiently and thus more cost-effectively.

Changes to the content are simplified by frontend editing. All you have to do is log in to your website as editor:in. You can click directly on texts or images to edit them or to add new elements. Try it out for yourself and request a demo account now

Images and media are uploaded via drag and drop. The media management offers the organization via tags and the collection of images in collections (topic groups).

Companies have different target groups. These have different needs. With the modern CMS Neos it is possible to create specific content for individual customer groups, language regions or end devices. Examples: different text lengths for smartphone or tablet, different content for private customers or business customers.

A practical SEO package is already integrated in the backend. This supports editors in correctly entering all important information for search engine optimization.

Workspaces offer the possibility to prepare content, store it according to topics and publish it in a coordinated form. In this context, the assignment of different permissions is possible: For example, several people can compile content on a topic, which is then published by a:e web administrator.

As the only system on the market so far, Neos offers the possibility to work with so-called "Content Dimensions". This freely configurable abstraction of multilingual functionality enables the creation of any number of versions of content. The language is only one of them. Another can be the target group, for example. For example, the editorial team can create a specially adapted version of a landing page for a Google Adwords campaign using a "Content Dimension".

In everyday editorial work, it often happens that a piece of content has to be edited several times before it is finally published. Some CMSs solve this problem by spatially separating the editorial and production environments. Neos takes a different approach with so-called workspaces. Each editor gets his own virtual workspace. Changes are only visible to him or her. The content can then be published directly or moved to a review workspace to be submitted to the editor-in-chief for approval and publication, for example. The release workflows can be quite complex, i.e. they can run through several steps. Since editorial work is teamwork, even on large websites, Neos also offers the option of working in team workspaces.

Even though Neos has little in common with TYPO3 in terms of software and architecture, the Neos community has adopted the roots and concepts of TYPO3. Thus, the system is able to maintain several websites in one system (multi-site), as well as to offer the contents of the pages in several languages (multi-language), and this from the very beginning. Basically, the system knows no limitation regarding the number of languages into which an offer can be translated.

Neos is a relatively young CMS. Therefore, the use of cloud offerings was thought of from the beginning during the development. Thus, the media module enables the upload of assets such as images, PDFs, videos, etc. directly from the editorial interface to the cloud and from there the direct integration into the content. This process is designed to be completely transparent. Project websites, for example, can easily be operated in the Google Cloud via Google Kubernetes, while the multimedia content is automatically stored on Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services (AWS), for example.

Neos has long relied on Composer as a package manager, so that the system can be extended very easily with any library from Packagist. If you are looking for extensions specifically for Neos, you can find them on the project's website and then install them via Composer.Here you can find, among other things, extensions for the integration of IBM Watson (artificial intelligence) for the analysis of texts by sound, of Elasticsearch, as well as of Google Analytics. Especially the latter can be linked very closely with Neos, so that the data from Analytics is displayed directly on the corresponding page in Neos.

Neos has a very extensive command line interface (CLI) for developers and administrators to conveniently install Neos, but also to perform backups and database migrations. This enables complete automation of rollouts and operations, as well as the use of modern techniques such as continuous integration and deployment in Neos projects. To accommodate project-specific tasks, the CLI can be extended with custom commands. In addition, the system can be easily integrated into existing structures and architectures, as it supports MySQL, Postgres, Oracle and Microsoft SQL.