CMS Platforms, Drupal, Joomla, Moodle

CMS Platforms, Drupal, Joomla, Moodle

A web-based Content Management System (CMS) is a software designed to simplify the publication and editing of Web content. As a content creator, you can submit content without having an expertise in mark-up languages (like HTML) or programming languages (like PHP). A well-designed CMS can keep track of all of the content on your website and allow you to manage the text, photos, music, video and other content of their business site easily.

If you are looking for a Content Management System (CMS) that is equipped with a range of easy to use features and configurability, we, at Asha Infotech, offer the best content management system. We offer user friendly customized CMS that can help you to save a lot of your expenses associated with website maintenance. Our PHP-based CMS software system is highly customized for different categories of customer’s like.


While Drupal is also a great CMS and works in PHP, it is used as a back-end system. It is the choice back-end system by countless companies and individuals world-wide. It’s not only used for corporate sites, but blogs and many political and government (.gov) sites. Drupal is also very SEO-friendly as it keeps the design of the site separate from the content for better search engine indexing.


Joomla, like WordPress, is also an open-source CMS. It is also written in PHP and stores data in MySQL, but it also uses object-oriented programming (OOP) techniques, unique software design patterns and also allows for complete customization. It also offers many plug-ins that can be used without changing the code.


Another great open-source content management system is Moodle. The difference is Moodle is a virtual learning platform. It is great for educators who need to set up online courses that include interaction from students, corporations needing to set up training and management courses, businesses needing to set up on-going training seminars, learning libraries and much more. Moodle allows for course materials to be accessed, questions to be posted and answered, educational videos to be replayed, assignments to be gathered and posted, interaction between users, etc.