Say hello to fast, flexible digital publishing. Brightspot was purposefully built to put agility, speed and sanity back into the lives of content producers. With best-in-class editorial tools and robust admin features, our enterprise solution enables content teams to quickly embrace new publishing tools and trends.
More Brightspot CMS Features
Integrates With Your Tech Stack
Brightspot offers broad integrations out of the box to ensure all components of your technology stack effectively communicate with each other.
Digital Rights Management
Brightspot supports digital rights management and licensing, so you can manage usage and expiration of content directly in the system.
Users can create customized dashboards at a global, role or user level, putting the most relevant information front and center.
Internal Search Metrics
The Internal Search Metrics tool tracks the volume of front-end search queries by term, and displays them in a list format in the CMS, along with basic metrics like frequency of search.
Brightspot's field-level locking lets users collaborate on a single content asset without delay or interference. The lock warns a user that someone else is currently editing the same content.
Preview is a powerful tool that gives you a sample view of content while still in the CMS. Preview works across desktop, tablet and mobile in both portrait and landscape and can be shared to an external viewer (who doesn't have a CMS login).
Content publishing is often a global effort for corporations and newsrooms. Brightspot supports multi-language publishing, allowing the delivery of content in any language. The CMS itself can also be localized to display in any language.
For many publishers, print is still a crucial part of the workflow. Brightspot's InDesign plug-in enables the push of content from web to print, along with a two-way synchronization of content.
Leveraging cloud computing, Brightspot auto-recommends tags for uploaded images adding location, name and text recognition to searchable data.
Brightspot supports single sign-on via third-party authentication methods such as SAML and Active Directory, creating a seamless experience for users.