Firelace Brevis – content management made simple

Shameless plug but alas, what can you do. Firelace has recently launched a product line called Brevis. Brevis is a template based content management system made for small businesses. While the CMS industry is pretty saturated with plenty of great products, we found that there wasn’t many that were keyed towards those that were not as technically minded.
As a test, we developed our whole own corporate website and tested with the product itself. As they say, if you don’t use it then you’ll never feel what your customers feel. Liking it so much, we decided to implement it on the projects we sponsor such as ConvergeSouth’s media site.


It’s a MySQL/PHP design but the whole site is database driven and built. It allows on-the-fly changes or you can develop the site in the background with an alternative template in the foreground.
Try the demo (login:admin password: pass). Go nuts since you won’t break anything there. We’re always looking for feedback and we’re constantly tweaking it and making it better for small business use. We’re in the middle of developing modules that we see a need for and a content-based module API is on its way for those that would like to plug straight into the product.
If you see things you like, or dislike, just write here. We’ll be happy to answer any questions, concerns, or if you’re just loving it and want to take a stab at it.
UPDATE (12:41AM): login and password updated in post. One other thing. It only allows one user at a time per login. So if you get in as admin, create a user account so you can play in it. The demo site resets hourly.

  • ID and password needed for the demo.

  • ID and password needed for the demo.

  • ID and password needed for the demo.

  • Sorry. It was noted on the Brevis site but not post. Updated the post.

  • Sorry. It was noted on the Brevis site but not post. Updated the post.

  • darkmoon

    Sorry. It was noted on the Brevis site but not post. Updated the post.