Who do you turn to when you need to get 1000 congressional aides on line at once to simultaneously add their inebriated congressperson’s pork program pipe dreams into an emergency Fedzilla trillion dollar stimulus bill? When you need to produce a document so thick and riddled with meaningless charts, graphs and lawyerese it requires a forklift to deliver the summary? Well, with the new release of version 3.1 maybe RSuite’s CMS can do the job.
RSuite is a browser-based content management system designed for publishers. Release 3.1 features a revamped graphical user interface redesign, changes in the underlying interface architecture and web forms functionality enhancements. The interface was also tweaked to allow easier metadata insertion and improve content editing procedures.
With the release of version 3.1, "RSuite now has a terrific look and feel that makes it easier for users to streamline editorial and production tasks," said Ed Stevenson, RSuite Product Manager at Really Strategies, Inc. "We also included additional extension points in the interface and server, making it easy for implementers to configure and extend RSuite to meet specific needs, as well as integrate with other systems critical to their publishing processes.”
RSuite CMS Features
- Browser-based User Interface
- Workflow management
- Content Search and Discovery
- Centralized Storage For All Content Types
- XML Storage and Supporting Tools
- Image Library Features
- Rapid Product prototyping
- Content Enrichment
RSuite CMS provides editorial and production capabilities for XML and other content formats. These capabilities include search, retrieval, content update, content re-use and editorial workflow tools. Their primary client base includes book publishers, journal publishers, reference publishers, media companies, technical publishers and content aggregators. For example, audible.com uses RSuite for management of its content repository.
The RSuite softtware CMS adapts to management of a disparate conglomeration of publishing related content: XML, images, video and other document formats including PDFs, Word docs, InDesign files and more. RSuite maintains status as an Adobe Solution Partner, which further grounds the company in the publishing industry.