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Key Features:

  • Single database of assets, users and content
    Multi-site implementations allow all users to be managed within a single database, removing duplication and wasted administration time. Massively reducing administration.

  • Common Asset Repository 
    Content assets (articles, images, videos, documents, audio files) can be shared between sites, reducing duplication and improving search taxonomies. Assets are version controlled, ensuring common asset (e.g. a document used on both the web and intranet) changes are available on both destinations automatically (subject to workflow rules of course).

  • Search across all sites
    All sites on an Elcom instance can be configured to be included in enterprise-wide searches if desired. For example, web site and online training content can be included in search results returned on the company intranet. Each site can have its search results setting configured individually, allowing maximum flexibility. For example, sub-sites (e.g. micro-sites) can be configured to have their content returned in main company site searches, but excluded from partner portals. And the main site can elect to have it's results excluded from searches on a sub-site, if required. Search results can be extended to include additional content types e.g. events. The multi-site functionality allows events to be searched across sites too (e.g. an intranet search can be configured to include events from sub-sites. This granular control increases information retrieval efficiency across the enterprise.

  • Comprehensive security and granular permissions control
    Permission groups allow granular control of all facets of content management including assets, style guides, access controls and publishing privileges.

  • Greatly increased user experience
    Users can seamlessly move between sites, inheriting appropriate permissions and document control. Since all sites use the same Elcom content management system, users have a common experience - updating an intranet policy uses the same tools as a web page article.

Benefits

  • A new employee starts with your company
    The usual procedure requires multiple accounts to be set up in the different system. A multi-site solution requires just one account to be created - permissions are then granted for each of the areas the employee has access to.

  • An employee leaves the company
    Usually this requires administrators to go through all the different systems the employee had accounts in. A multi-site solution has just one account - and can be immediately disabled for all sites.

  • An employee moves to a different department within the company
    Usually requires changes to all systems. A multi-site solution simply requires moving the employee to a different permissions group - immediately granting access to new areas and removing previous permissions no longer required.

  • A staff member is in charge of updating internal intranet content as well as web site content
    Usually via different systems. A multi-site solution gives staff a common user interface experience, reducing training time and increasing user satisfaction.

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