VerseOne CMS Web (Content Management System), in addition to its flexible and well-rounded core capabilities, features modules that satisfy particular web management needs of NHS trusts. With VerseOne CMS Web, you can:
- It eliminates the use of multiple applications across the business to manage content collaboration and publication, relieving the burden on training and IT teams.
- It removes the need for content duplication that takes up huge amounts of time and resource and sacrifices information quality and integrity.
- It removes the need for users to adapt their working practices to their tools, which takes up users’ time and reduces their mastery and understanding of their work.
- It reduces the time and resource needed to create and share information by providing the business with multiple ways to collaborate on and publish content.
- It makes formal reporting on content usage easier and more reliable by capturing viewing, editing, and interaction statistics and recording them in full audits and histories.
- It releases organisations and their stakeholders or customers from dependence on desk-based PCs by operating in the cloud with any web-enabled platform.
VerseOne CMS Web is:
Totally Customisable—Any type of content can be captured in VerseOne CMS, so that the system can be expanded to include organisations’ specialised content types, complete with custom fields, access privileges, and publication options. Organisations can classify and manage their content how they wish and do not have to change their way of working to suit the software. VerseOne CMS provides out-of-the-box functionality customised to the needs of particular market sectors, but has the capacity and power to be optionalised on a per-customer and even per-user basis.
Extensible and Flexible—The application can be used by any size of organisation, from a small charity to a large NHS Trust, and its sector-specific module options can be used to expand the CMS in manageable phases as an organisation grows and its content management requirements change. Organisations can store all of their business content in VerseOne CMS, because a single implementation of the system can share content across the intranet, publish content to multiple websites and microsites, and push content to customers and users through newsletters, campaigns, and custom feeds.
Convenient—Because VerseOne CMS is a web-based system, an organisation and its customers or stakeholders only need to have access to the web, rather than any specific tool or piece of hardware. Parties can choose how they wish to consume content, receive information and notifications, and input new content into the system.
Secure—Access to content is username and password controlled, both within the system and through any web portals for customers or stakeholders, and CMS administrators have fine-grained control over access, down to individual-user level and specific items of content.
Ideal for Governance—VerseOne CMS maintains a full audit trail of all user activity, content drafts, versions, and edits that cannot be edited, ensuring that content creation and maintenance is recorded accurately throughout its life-cycle. Content can be archived and fully audited to meet reporting and governance requirements.
Interoperable—VerseOne CMS can link to back-office business systems and legacy data, ensuring that existing content remains accessible and useful despite the introduction of new software.
Integrated—Through the Atlas Framework, VerseOne CMS can be integrated with:
- Marketing and Public Relations
- Community or Public Engagement
- Customer Services and Customer Involvement
- Human Resources
- Corporate Affairs
- Commercial Development
Last updated: 16 May 2012
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