CONTENS Software provides content management software (CMS) and social software solutions for companies with sophisticated online communication needs. Its line of products meets the demands of businesses from small online editorial services to international companies. They specialize in content management products and serve companies like Adecco, Allianz, Brose, Concordia Insurance Group, Goethe-Institut, Max-Planck Institutes, McDonald's Deutschland Inc., OBI, Peri, Ratiopharm, RTL, Schwyzer Kantonalbank, Siemens, UniCredit Direct Services, T-Mobile and VOX. CONTENS is a privately held company that is headquartered in Munich.
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