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5 Education-Focused Web Content Management Platforms


By now you know not all web content management systems are created equally. To find the one that’s right for you depends on specific elements of how your organization works, the types of content you create and the types of engagement you want to elicit from your audience. For schools, finding the right fit can be a challenging.

Ingeniux Launches Cartella 4.0 for Social Intranets, Extranets and Portal

Ingeniux Cartella Intranet Home

The latest version of Ingeniux's social software, Cartella, has been released. They call say it has "the power of a portal with the simplicity of an app." What does than mean exactly? Read on to find out.

Ingeniux Unveils Version 8 of Its Web CMS, Focus is Mobile, ASP.NET

Ingeniux has released its CMS 8, with such features as a new deployment server technology, improved mobile optimization and new ASP.NET developer capabilities.

Ingeniux Rounds Out its Mobile Web with Data

Seattle-based Software as a Service provider Ingeniux Corp. said today the company is licensing's mobile Premium Device Data and will use the technology as part of its mobile solutions package. The software will be integrated with its CMS web content management and Cartella community and collaboration software, allowing developers to target content delivery to most mobile devices and accelerate advanced feature development.

Sitecore, Ektron, Mid Market Web CMS Vendors Raise Prices, Switch Focus

We've long considered Web CMS vendors like Sitecore and Ektron to be mid-market players. And to some extent they still are. But with the evolution of web content management towards customer experience management has come a shift in the .NET Web CMS vendor landscape. Here's a look at where the players are today.

Ingeniux 7.5 is the Digital Hub - Unified Web and Mobile Publishing

Ingeniux 7.5 has been released today, offering web managers and marketers a digital hub that supports the management of a single set of content deployed across a range of channels and devices. There are over 126 updates in this release. Here's a look at the major ones.

Ingeniux Offers a new Mobile Web Portal Solution for Web Engagement

Ingeniux (newssite) has always been a prominent supporter of mobile capabilities as part of web engagement management. Today the web content management vendor demonstrates that even more with the release of its new Mobile Web Portal and solution packages.

Ingeniux CMS Review (v7)

Ingeniux is a smallish U.S. vendor with a solid feature set, a mature business posture and a steadily growing list of enviable clients. Here's a background snapshot on the company and our review of release 7 of the Ingeniux Web CMS product.

Enterprise 2.0 Roll-up: Email Doesn't Take Holidays, Mobile Predictions for 2011

Consider the dinner table this holiday season. Will you be eating and enjoying time with family and friends, or checking your e-mail with your mobile device? A couple of recent surveys have revealed some uncomfortable facts about American behavior with regards to the mighty inbox, as well as the mobile trends to look for in 2011. 

Ingeniux Partners to Bring Web and Social Content to Associations

Ingeniux Partners to provide social media solution to associationsIngeniux (newssite) has a new partnership to add to the list. This one sees the integration of Ingeniux CMS and Cartella with software that supports associations online.

Ingeniux CMS 7: Solving In-Context Editing Challenges, Peeking at WEM


It's been a while since Ingeniux CMS (news, site) got a major face-lift. Last week, they released version 7.

Its predecessor, Ingeniux CMS v6, dates back to 2008 with focus on Enterprise 2.0 web content management. What does Ingeniux have to offer in v7 after two years in the making?

Web CMS Vendor Ingeniux Expands Operations with New Seattle HQ

Ingeniux_LOGO_2009.jpgClearly feeling optimistic, web content management system vendor, Ingeniux (news, site), has used the proceeds from recent, profitable quarters (and perhaps jumped on descending commercial rental prices) to relocate and expand operations, paving the way for future growth and perhaps even better margins.

Clickability Wins CODiE for Best Content Management Solution

Clickability Wins CODie for Web Content ManagementThe results of the 2009 CODiE Awards are in and Clickability (news, site) is rising to the top for a second year in a row. They have won the award for Best Content Management System.

What were the judges looking for?

  • Ease of posting and manipulation
  • Fulfillment of key attributes
  • Functionality of key attributes
  • Management tools
  • Translations between different formats
  • User interface

Clickability has won the award over Nstein -- also their second year to make the finalist list -- Ingeniux CMS 6.2, RSuite CMS from Really Strategies and Salesforce Content from

"We are extremely proud to have won such a prestigious award two years in a row," said John Girard, Clickability co-founder and CEO. [] This award represents our continued dedication to providing the most innovative WCM solution on the market today. The CODiE Awards honor only the best and brightest in the software industry, and we are thrilled to be among the 2009 winners."

There were 850 products submitted by 600 companies up for a number of different awards. You can view all the winners here.

Ingeniux CMS Catches the Social Networking Train

Ingeniux CMS Catches the Social Networking Train Or so Ingeniux says with a new release called Cartella. What does Cartella do? The very basics of social networking, social content and web content management put in the same wagon.

CMSWire got a little Cartella tour from Ingeniux’s David Hillis, director of marketing and business development, and Nathan Eggen, director of technology – and this is what we’ve found out.

Finding the ROI in Web Content Management

Finding the ROI in Web Content Management

How many reports does it take before Web Content Management vendors change their errant ways and start listening to customers?

If you were to look at the recommendations from The Gilbane Group (news, site) and their Justifying Web Content Management: The Business Case and ROI report, then there is still a sharp learning curve ahead of many.

A simple four-word summary of the report, sponsored by SDL Tridion (news, site), might as well go “Keep it simple, stupid”. While that could be a tad simplistic -- and we’ll be looking at why -- it is a conclusion that keeps hitting the reader smack-bang in the face.

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