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Really Strategies Debuts RSuite CMS

Really Strategies (http://www.reallysi.com) has introduced RSuite, a content management suite (CMS) powered by MarkLogic Server that's designed especially for publishers. The out-of-the-box system offers all the basic CMS features: central storage facility, check in/checkout, versioning, and content organization tools. It also integrates with XML editing tools. What sets RSuite apart from other CMSs is its ability to combine publishing technology, XML, and publishing work flows with MarkLogic Server's XML repository and search capabilities.

After a year at the drawing board, the first version has been rolled out (there was no beta). It features a customizable browser-based user interface so content can be organized into browsable and searchable folders, assemblies, documents, and other objects. XML content now features version control and check-in/checkout capabilities to let users manage XML at any level. "The beauty of RSuite is that there's no need to chunk content," according to Lisa Bos, executive vice president and chief architect. "RSuite also lets a user assign metadata properties to any part of the document," she said. Users can even work on the same chapter with different metadata.

Since RSuite is open and scalable, it can easily integrate with other content tools and applications as well as change as the publishing environment grows. Content can be reused with the click of a mouse with the XML node level management. Nontechnical staff also has the freedom to work within the RSuite system on tasks that would require assistance from an IT department in other systems, from creating rules for importing or exporting content into the CMS to identifying metadata fields.

Source: Really Strategies



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