Papr Puts People Back in Charge of Their Content Without Code
Current content publishing requires creators to relinquish control of data assets for ease and simplicity or maintain a team of engineers and web developers to keep running their cloud infrastructure.
Content management solutions (CMS) and cloud publishing are two approaches to creating and publishing content on the web. Currently, CMS platforms provide easy-to-use solutions for creating and publishing content, but retain control and ownership of the technical and data assets. On the other hand, cloud publishing shifts control and ownership of data to the creator but is more manual and requires the involvement of website developers and cloud engineers to create and maintain the infrastructure. As a result, CMS and cloud publishing are at opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of complexity and control.
Cloud publishing remains highly technical requiring cloud engineers and developers to facilitate.
Lack of Ownership
Technical assets are owned by multi-tenant software companies and are inaccessible.
Assets are vulnerable to attack, blackout, lock-in, loss of continuity, and business failure.
Lack of governance over data access by 3rd party apps that are prone to error, and are poorly maintained.