With a custom CMS you have to keep the coding up-to-date, rather than just install the update – so that could be a huge difference in maintenance time and cost needed. Also it takes more time and cost to develop the custom CMS, which you could use to work on your website itself; just make sure to choose a flexible platform like UltimateWB. You will also have a community using the CMS to help out with special features, design, etc. more easier if it is not a custom CMS.
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