A mobile CMS is critical to organizations that need accommodate content contributors, like news reporters and photojournalists, who aren't always at a desk or near a laptop. Brightspot takes this one step further with its "Email to CMS" feature, which allows contributors to file content to the CMS directly from an email client on their smartphone like Gmail or Outlook.
Many broadcast media companies operate in digital—like radio and television—and print spaces. This means efficiencies across digital-to-print publishing are critical in order to maintain consistent workflows and narratives, no matter where content is being released. Here are the key integrations to look for in a CMS.
Don't let a legacy CMS stand in the way of your digital transformation. Brightspot works with customers’ existing logic and can be deployed to complement existing AEM, Wordpress and other legacy CMS solutions.
Telling a “success story” requires data to show impact. Editorial and content leads looking to prove the business benefit of a completed project, build out their teams, or even secure additional budget for new projects need numbers to back up their request or proposal.
The need for speed is paramount for organizations looking to get ahead and stay ahead of the competition. But don't let the concept of MVP—minimal viable product—hinder digital transformation. Instead consider your MVP as your most valuable product.
Brightspot CMS can easily and rapidly become the missing piece of the puzzle in your tech stack, built to be highly extensible in a way that can connect the dots and solve the very specific gaps that you have.
Your employee intranet serves as an extension of your brand and must be considered alongside all your other digital channels when it comes to extensible, integration-ready intranet CMS solutions.
When your company needs to produce unique, content-rich digital experiences for audiences across the globe, you’re in charge of finding a CMS that comes equipped with the translation capabilities to support that.