What is a website back-end, and why do you need it?
If you are familiar with content management systems like Wordpress, or Drupal, a back-end is a tool that allows you to manage your website, using a simple, point-and-click interface, instead of editing web code like HTML or PHP.
Content management systems, unlike cheap DIY website builders like Wix, offer a bit more flexibility, because although they are template-based, the templates can be accessed by a web developer and customized to a client’s needs.
Is Skyline Grid Core 2 a content management system?
A content management system backend like Wordpress or Drupal is often too complex for a small business, or any medium-size enterprise to operate.
Not everyone is tech-literate, and most businesses that use Wordpress or Drupal often choose to hire outside help on a routine basis, just to perform simple edits to their content, which adds an additional and often unnecessary overhead cost.
Skyline Grid Core 2 may be defined as a content management system, but unlike other platforms, it is customized, to provide only the features you need.
For instance, if your objective is to run a simple website with static content and a blog, your back-end will feature only the settings and editors you need to run a simple static website.
On the other hand, if you need e-commerce features, or B2B tools, like an invoicing system, or an expense tracker, those features can be added, and priced separately, depending on what value they bring to your workflow.