TYPO3 Highlights

For global companies TYPO3 is the ideal solution for all Web Applications: Whether complex websites, web portals, E-Commerce platforms or Mobile Apps – with this Enterprise web CMS your online options are virtually limitless.


TYPO3 meets nearly all requirements that a company can have for implementing an Enterprise-class, Open Source Content Management System: Support of global websites through multilingualism and localization, connection to various software systems, comprehensive rights management features as well as nearly limitless possibilities to add own functions through specially developed extensions.

The most important advantages of TYPO3:

  • Open Source – no license fees for operating TYPO3 as a system, server or middleware
  • No returning costs, i.e., more budget for adaptation and support
  • Unlimited expandability and flexibility
  • Huge developer community
  • Shorter development cycles as with proprietary providers and systems
  • Improved security through shorter update cycles than with licensed products
  • Independence – free choice of service provider at any time
  • Efficient integration into existing software infrastructures

Special Highlights of TYPO3:

  • Comprehensive multi-language- and localization capabilities
  • Enterprise Digital Asset Management for management of extensive amounts of data
  • Abstraction layer for connection to various third-party systems and databases
  • Protected areas for intranet/extranet
  • On-the-fly generation of graphical menus
  • Web-based image processing (cropping, scaling, converting, effects)
  • Complete freedom of design, even with Flash, via the unique template engine TemplaVoilá
  • Rich Text-Editor for “WYSIWYG” editing
  • Complete user access management with granular rights and workflow processes
  • Intelligent extension framework for API-based development of extensions and functionalities
  • AJAX-based backend with user-friendly “drag-and-drop” functions
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