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A Systematic Literature Review of Web Content Management System Implementation
Authors: Sarwati Rahayu
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Prior to the development of content management system (CMS) it is important to conduct a systematic literature review (SLR) study to investigate the development of research on content management system (CMS). There are many research have been done regarding content management system, especially web content management system (Web CMS). One of the methods that can be used for systematic literature review (SLR) is the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses (PRISMA). As the result, we classified Web CMS development into four domain classifications: general, medical, education, culture and business. First, CMS in general domain presented by Makitalo et al. (2011) conducted research regarding the nature of Web CMS. Swierad, Zabierowski, &Napieralski (2009) works presented universal editorial content management system. Liu et al. (2010) delivered and grouped the features of CMS into four groups, including website, resource management, user and rights management and personal information management. Second, CMS in education domain presented by many researchers, i.e. Rivera et al. (2010) proposed WikiDIS project, Staccini et al. (2007) purposed CMS built-in Dublin Core metadata, Reddig et al. (2008) designed CMS usability oriented, Xiang (2008) proposed CMS for student records, Zhang et al. (2010) delivered the Web CMS for education, Doinea et al. (2010) presented the design, architecture and implementation of the content management system named WeLearn, and Kurilovas (2009) proposed Learning (Content) Management Systems (LMSs). Third, in medical domain, CMS has been developed by Krechel et al. (2006) and Masud et al. (2012). Fourth, Sookhanaphibarn&Thawonmas (2009) designed Content Management System (CMS) for arranging digital information in museums. Fifth, Nordheim&Paivarinta (2004) explores the concept of customization related to ECM system and its role in the requirements definition phase of such development initiatives.