Basically, a content management system (CMS) is a system that allows you to make updates to your website, with little or no technical knowledge.
It depends. If you'd like to make regular updates to news, you have offers that change regularly, or you want to put new photos online regularly, the answer is probably yes. If you have a site that doesn't change very much and is more like an online brochure, the odds are you don't need a content management system.
There are many systems available - some are free, some cost thousands, and they all have different advantages and disadvantages. Wordpress, Drupal and Joomla are some of the better known free ones.
Revive has its own CMS, developed in-house. Why did we do this? Basically, because none of the content management systems readily available had the features we required. For instance, our CMS allows you to publish news in a particularly useful and search-engine-friendly way.
Our remit when building websites is usually to make a site that is quick and easy to use, ranks well in search engines, and looks great. We built our content management system with those goals in mind, and the results have been excellent.
With our CMS, you can change all the text, images, photo galleries, videos, maps, add new pages, news, events (and calendars), members areas, chat forums.