TYPO3 + World Wide Exposure = Flourishment!
We have been in touch with multinational giant brands, they loved the TYPO3 CMS platform for their websites, unfortunately, they weren’t aware of it.
On knowing and learning about TYPO3 many companies have migrated to TYPO3 due to its rich enterprise features and many of them are developing their websites in India with TYPO3 CMS. This multi-nature facility of this platform makes it very interesting and amazing to use among the developers as well as the people in India.
Enterprise and large companies are looking for a reliable solution for which they don’t need to rely on a third person and manage their website easily by themself on a TYPO3 platform as TYPO3 gives them freedom of change and content management being a true epitome of CMS.
TYPO3 holds the potential to stand out of the Market for its extensive richness. Although WordPress is popular in India it is limited to its functionalities and doesn’t provide the enterprise-level features and core that TYPO3 CMS provides. TYPO3 may be ideal for blogging but IMHO cannot compete with the platform richness of TYPO3 and that’s the reason we believe TYPO3 CMS needs more exposure and marketing.
Adaption to the use of TYPO3 by a vivid amount of the public would lead to updates and improvements that envisaged to be made, which options and features are going to be removed and added, changed, or modified.
When it comes to choosing a content management system, nothing beats TYPO3. And it’s not surprising that already 50,00,000 websites are using the platform. From cost-effectiveness to the easy learning curve in terms of the usage and customization processes, from multilingual support to GPL licensed nature, the range of the pluses of TYPO3 seems to have no end.
Naturally, while being the number 1 solution for millions of website owners and admins, TYPO3 CMS has never been a static environment. Constant updates and the processing, introduction, and usage of novelties have always been a part of its operation. And this is pretty natural. Everything is done to make this excellent platform even more refined and improved.
I trust exposure to more minds would lead to more participation in the TYPO3 community as contributors for the betterment of a golden TYPO3 tomorrow. More acceptance, more contribution in terms of TYPO3 extensions at TER, participation in TYPO3 sprints, TYPO3 events, and to the core.
More challenges ultimately lead to a better system. TYPO3 being a great CMS needs more helping hands and talents to flourish.
IMHO, speaking of Asia, people are open to trials, challenges, and contributions, they just need a worthy system to adapt to and contribute. We believe that TYPO3 globalization would lead to an emerging TYPO3 market open up with innumerable opportunities with the requirements and challenges we’ve not even thought of!