GOSS has announced a new release of its content management platform, GOSS intelligent Content Management (iCM). Version includes a number of enhancements designed to enrich user content. 

What’s New in iCM

U.K.'s GOSS software has released new features for its users just in time for the holidays. The latest release includes several enhancements that augment and enrich their content without doing any extra work.

Version includes a new feature that analyzes content and suggests external links and images that may be relevant .The feature can be useful for creating a “stickier” site. However, because the feature includes an option to import the content, it could encourage copyright violations. In addition to content suggestions, GOSS has also added a location picker that integrates with Google Maps. Users can specify a location for content to provide geographic context. Administrators can control the default map location, type of map, zoom level and map size; they can also disable the mapping feature.

In addition to the functional enhancements, GOSS iCM now allows administrators to schedule content changes. This gives users the flexibility to create and post content in advance that needs to appear at a specific time, such as a press release or new regulation. Administrators no longer have to worry about users forgetting to post content or middle-of-the-night content pushes.

GOSS iCM is not a market newcomer. iCM has been in development for around a decade, but the company is primarily active in the UK. Despite is age, its features seem to lag the more prominent vendors in the content management market. However, the company seems to be making strides in modernizing in platform.

Getting the New Release

The latest release is available now to existing customers at no charge. Customers that self-host the software can request the upgrade.