We're experts in the design and development of content management systems.
We tend to recommend our homegrown PHP framework and content management solution, Nails, for all types of web application. Within a Nails CMS application, we'd provide four primary ways of managing content. Firstly, CMS Pages allow you to create new pages using pre-defined templates and widgets (custom to your design) - these are full pages that can contain any component we've developed for you. Next up we have CMS Blocks - these can be small snippets of text that you like to use throughout the site, such as phone numbers, allowing you to edit common snippets from a central location. CMS Areas are a hybrid of pages and blocks - an area can be used in various locations throughout the site, but can contain multiple components. Finally, common content that shouldn't live within the CMS itself will be manageable separately - an example of this might be a directory of office locations, which would be managed under an "Offices" section. The content from here would be used in the front-end as per your requirements, but may also be used within the rest of the CMS.
We're also well versed in other off-the-shelf CMS solutions such as WordPress, ExpressionEngine, Laravel, Symfony and Drupal.