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Liferay's Web content & Document Management features

Viral Shah

Joined: Jul 14, 2009
Posts: 8

I have been getting mixed answers for Liferay's use as a WCM/DMS application.

How powerful are the WCM & Document management features of Liferay ? What are the limitations ?
Should Liferay be used to provide a WCM/DMS solution where there are no specific portal requirements ?
Ankur Srivastav
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Joined: Aug 31, 2009
Posts: 57

Liferay provides a good Content management system which caters to Images/Documents and Content.

We have a Portal running which is having loads of images/documents and web contents and Liferay has certainly done pretty well for us so far. Its easier to manage CMS through and easy to use Control Panel and the most important feature according to me is CMS caters to multi Language support. Your site can display different Content for different countries.

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