The sale of content management software will grow to $3 billion in 2004, up from $900 million in sales in 2000. The 35 percent annual growth rate is based on the rapid adoption of Internet application infrastructure software, according to The Yankee Group, a Boston information technology research firm.

While content management systems were initially targeted at media companies seeking to move their content to the Web, traditional brick-and- mortar companies are now adopting them as well.

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