The market for content management systems today is clustered with many proprietary commercial or non-commerical offerings. Check out the Advantages page to see why OpenCms stands out.
OpenCms is in active Open Source development since 1999, so a large number of professional websites have already been build with OpenCms all around the world. Have a look at the list of Reference sites to see OpenCms in action by companies, enterprises and organizations large and small.
When selecting a content management system, it's important to ensure that professional support is readily available. Using OpenCms you have a number of support options, either from the active OpenCms community, from one of the Alkacon OpenCms Partners, or directly from Alkacon Software, the maintainers of OpenCms.
If you decide to use OpenCms, you will benefit from the success of OpenCms as it gains more and more widespread use. Please help to this development by Promoting and sponsoring the use of OpenCms.
For more questions and answers regarding OpenCms, please check out the list of OpenCms Frequently asked questions (FAQ).
Nov 19, 2015 - OpenCms Days 2016 will take place from September 26 to 27 in Cologne, Germany. Save the date now and get your early bird tickets February next year!
Sep 28, 2015 - Download and check out OpenCms 10.0.0 Alpha 1 now! Try out the forthcoming new features of OpenCms 10 with this alpha release.
Sep 28, 2015 - The OpenCms 10.0.0 Alpha 1 release notes contain detailed information about the new features and fixes in this major update.
Aug 18, 2015 - Check out the program for OpenCms Days 2015. The conference will take place September 28 to 29, 2015 in Cologne, Germany. A great opportunity for OpenCms users from all around the world to meet and exchange experiences and success stories.
The Alkacon OpenCms Enterprise Extensions (also called OCEE) are a commercial extension for OpenCms. Alkacon OCEE adds features to OpenCms that are often required for running OpenCms in a medium or large Enterprise, where data consistency, security and failover are highly important.