KMWorld magazine has selected Nstein Technologies' Web Content Management (WCM) as a "KMWorld Trend-Setting Product of 2008". Nstein's WCM product joins another Nstein creation, Text Mining Engine (TME), in earning the honor, with TME being named a trend-setting product for the past few years.
WCM is a content management system that has many familiar and useful features including content editing workflows, content tagging, and metadata management. WCM is engineered by Nstein to make it possible for content creators and editors to manage content without necessarily having to involve technical staff. WCM is build on web standards and utilizes declarative XML to allow its users to customize the site's content layout and look/feel.
WCM 4, Nstein's latest version, features a semantic assistant to help tie content together to create a sticky customer experience. Also, the backoffice of the product has been re-designed to make publishing content easy and quick. The editorial dashboard is customizable, allowing site administrators to tailor the content management user interface to their staff's needs. KMWorld selected the list 2008 trend-setting products by evaluating product's ability to deliver astounding customer value.
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