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Bitrix Site Manager - CMS : Anyone has experience ?

Discussion in 'Content Management' started by Suri.CMS, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. #1
    Hi All,

    If anyone has an idea on Bitrix Site Manager CMS, please share your experiences.

    http://www.bitrixsoft.com/editions/comparison.php
    SEMrush
    I would like to have your comments on :-

    1) Is it worth the price ?
    2) How is their customer support ?
    3) SEO of their software ?
    4) Do you have any websites built on it ?
    5) How well does it work to build a large community based website ?
     
    Suri.CMS, Jan 20, 2009 IP
    SEMrush
  2. dotmd

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    Go for Joomla! or Drupal. They're much better :D

    I had to drop a project on Bitrix because the budget was too high, but the owner's brain was too small.

    You won't go far with this kind of CMS. Later it was changed to Drupal and it's much better now.
     
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  3. Suri.CMS

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    Thank You for the reply.

    I am not a programmer and cannot do customizations myself. Otherwise I liked Drupal very much.

    I basically need a:

    Portal (Home) Page + Blog (or Multi-Blogs) + Forum + Gallery (Preferably integrated)

    The solution should be scalable and should be able to handle high traffic (More like a big community).

    Can you suggest any good solutions with your experience ?

    High cost is okay !
     
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    I'd really recommend Joomla or Drupal for this kind. If you'd PM me with your needs I could offer you an advice and a clear picture of what you could obtain using Open Source. :) I have an over 5 year web development experience so don't hesitate.
     
    dotmd, Jan 20, 2009 IP