Our CMS Success service can help you find the perfect CMS.

Our unique services for CMS selection have been honed through decades of shared experience implementing countless Content Management Systems across several different industries. Every organization has unique technical, functional and business requirements. Our senior consultants will match our knowledge and expertise with your business needs and budget and determine the CMS that is right for you.


A Content Management System (CMS) is what you make it.

Our CMS Success Services will maximize ROI for your CMS. Both Sitecore and Drupal for instance, can provide rich analytics, personalization and marketing automation. They can also provide robust search and easy maintenance, but only if it is configured and customized properly so it performs to its potential. Also, you’ll need to make sure it’s secure. It will all be for naught if your site gets hacked, and there are many steps you need to take in order to build a secure, stable site on a CMS that performs optimally.


A mid-sized, expanding regional bank needed help cleaning up their Drupal 7 CMS. We needed to refactor the code-base for efficiency, add caching using memcache, varnish and views caching. Further, we made the site ADA WCAG 2.0 AA Compliant. The front end code needed to be modernized to use a Bootstrap framework and reflect more contrast for ADA compliance. All forms on the site were reconstructed to better integrate with back-end APIs and also for ADA compliance.


Problem: One of the largest transit agencies in the country needed help selecting a CMS for their new website. The website needed to support a headless configuration, hundreds of thousands of users, robust and easy to use navigation for multiple transit modes (bus, trolley, commuter rail, subway), multiple API integrations and scalability in the event of massive website traffic (for example snowstorms or parades), and ease of use for content administrators.

Solution: Engine Room worked with multiple stakeholders to define requirements (technical, business, functional), prioritize requirements, gain stakeholder buy-in and finally make a CMS recommendation. The recommendation was accepted and they will likely save hundreds of thousands of dollars in licensing costs by taking this new direction.