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RSI Content Solutions Debuts Three New CMS Models
RSI Content Solutions recently revamped RSuite CMS, its content management system (CMS) platform for publishers. Now, publishers have three cost-effective licensing models to choose from: Team, Standard, or Enterprise.
RSuite CMS uses XML to manage publications during their entire lifecycle, from creation to publication. The redesigned platform now offers a CMS solution for digital or print content to meet the needs of any size publisher.
The Team Edition is designed for small and mid-sized publishers who may be new to CMS solutions. RSI Content Solutions provides a support team and hosted CMS with a task-based workflow to get new users up and running with RSuite CMS functionality. This edition still offers the popular features of the RSuite CMS solution, which are streamlined for ease of use and cost-effectiveness.
The Standard Edition offers mid-size publishers and media companies the full features of an enterprise-caliber CMS at a reasonable entry price tag. Among the standard features are content creation and packaging and distribution to selected licensing partners or other platforms. Building on the functions in the Team Edition, the Standard Edition is scalable to a user’s skill level and needs. It provides workflow automation, a choice of hosted or deployed solutions, plug-in options for customization, an XML editor similar to Microsoft Word, and an API integration with third-party tools.
The Enterprise Edition is the easy-to-install, higher-end “industrial strength” solution that is capable of running a complete publishing operation: It can handle terabytes of data and can scale to thousands of users who need constant access to the CMS. Publishers with their own XML databases can use the deployed CMS and integrate with other systems using the API, as well as run single or multiple instances of the CMS.
In all three editions, publishers can search, store, edit, and reuse content in any format (XML, PDF, images, audio, and video) and access their dashboard for status reports.
RSI Content Solutions also redesigned its website to offer a 360-degree view of the new platform and its functionality.
Source: RSI Content Solutions
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