Content Management Solutions

We have assembled several base content management solutions that can be combined and customized according to any business model:

We can custom-build a content management solution using a combination of platform features.

Through-the-web content management
Manage all aspects of the website through a consistent web-based management interface; this includes structured and unstructured data, design elements, code, monitoring, user administration, etc...

Separation of design, content, and code
Let designers focus on design, content providers on editing content, and programmers on coding, all working through customized web-based interfaces.

Distributed object-level caches
Add webservers with object-level caches to scale capacity and improve availability (Zope Enterprise Objects)

Object-oriented reuse framework
Reuse web resources (design elements, content and code pieces) in the same object-oriented framework; through containment with "acquisition" or through subclassing with "inheritance".

Single-source, multi-publish content
Avoid costly management of duplicated data by storing it only once, and using the re-use framework to publish it in many ways, e.g., through HTML, WAP, News, or e-mail.

Integrated roles-based access control
Control access to all web publishable resources in the same consistent way

Conveniently store and access membership data
Store user data as persistent objects in the built-in object-oriented database, or in a relational database accessible through SQL, or on a LDAP server. Plug-in new user data accessors if necessary.

Personalize web pages
Publish personalized pages based on intelligence deduced from available user information. (Soon: implicit tracking and recommendation)

Automate editorial workflow
Automate workflow processes and involve users in them based on their assigned roles.

Collaboration and communication
Further involve the users via discussion forums, chat rooms, wikis, or weblogs. Extend the reach of your website by transparently gatewaying, e.g., discussion forums to mailing lists and USENET News groups.

Plug-in storage model
Store content as persistent objects in the provided object-oriented database, or as rows in a relational database.

Versions, transactions, and undo
Create versioned objects, work on them in a separate branch, and merge changes back later. Changes are committed as transactions, and they can be freely undone at any later time.

Syndicate content
Prepare content for syndication or fetch content from other sources through the many access protocols: XML, XML-RPC, RDF, FTP, SMTP, HTTP, WebDAV, ...

Rapid and open development
Easily access enterprise data through C/C++, CORBA, COM, XML-RPC, WebDAV, etc...

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