Mindrevolution Content Infrastructure

Implement digital projects faster with an agile content infrastructure

Traditionally, the task of the content management system (CMS) is to edit and publish texts, images, photos, videos, documents and the associated metadata and structural information (the "content") as well as visual layout assets and front-end code (the "design").

In most cases, the CMS is therefore closely linked to the website and is often also replaced when the website is renewed.

Imagine instead if the website and CMS were independent of each other and any number of frontends, apps and websites based on a wide variety of technologies would be supplied with well-coordinated content?

Marc Stöcker
mindrevolution CEO
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Content infrastructure solves the very problems of content-driven projects like websites, apps and services.

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Storing and managing content and design within a CMS has a number of advantages, but it also means that content is often limited to a specific channel. With a majority of content management systems, it is difficult to use the content for a (native) mobile app, for example. Or to serve it to other systems via a RESTful API or GraphQL.

However, in the majority of companies it is actually the case that content is used across a whole range of channels, media and devices: Website, social media, mobile apps, field service tablets, in-store kiosks and other connected devices, commonly known as the Internet of Things (IoT). So ideally, the website content and any updates would need to be available for use across all of these channels and devices.

Content for any channel - through a single content management system

This is exactly where mindrevolution comes in and develops an agile content infrastructure based on the open-source content management system Umbraco. This infrastructure delivers content to mobile apps, smart devices (IoT), landing pages, microsites, web applications and websites.

This means that virtually any frontend can be used to display the content. These frontends can be developed independently of the CMS backend and, for example, with modern JavaScript frameworks such as React or AngularJS.

Easy to use for editors and content creators 

Umbraco provides a user-friendly interface for creating, editing and managing content and makes it available via RESTful APIs, web services, GraphQL and Node.js and .NET clients.

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Simplistic yet powerful

Why have a content infrastructure?

Go with a modern content infrastructure if your business ...

  • ...requires a central and at the same time highly integrated solution for creating and editing content across all websites, apps, bots and projects.

  • ...must integrate content into existing software projects or editorial workflows for digital channels

  • ...wants to update websites, wearables, apps, IoT devices, bots, digital signage and other applications independently of the content.

  • ...needs to get rid of the cost and effort of content management tasks in more than one system and wishes to publish content faster

  • ...uses marketing tools, cloud services and APIs and seeks to link them to content

  • ...would like to future-proof existing and emerging content

  • ... wants to implement digital projects faster and more adaptably

Reliable and future-proof thanks to proven technology
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Tailor-made content infrastructure

Call it what you will: Content Infrastructure, Headless CMS, API-first Content Management, Agile CMS, Content Orchestration.

We will integrate and simplify your content management.