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TC50: CrowdFusion Merges The Best Features Of Blogs, Wikis, And More Into One Unified CMS


By www - Posted on 15 September 2009

As content sites on the web mature, they continue to blur the line between straight news sites, social hubs, and references for structured data. No longer are these sites just home to editorial content — many of them have created databases of the products they cover (take for example TC sister site CrunchBase offers a comprehensive directory of companies and people in the startup community). Unfortunately, content management systems and databases that run these increasingly diversified sites don't always play nicely together. CrowdFusion, a TechCrunch50 finalist launching today, is an impressive new CMS system that's looking to eliminate these hassles. To put things simply, the platform helps streamline content writing, database management, and social features by combining features of blogs, wikis, and more into one unified platform. TechCrunch50 Conference 2009: September 14-15, 2009, San Francisco