Webstructure.NET – CMS for public sector web sites
Webstructure.NET is our flagship editorial content management system (CMS) aimed squarely at the public sector.
It is specifically designed to work within the guidelines for government web sites and to support the workflows typical of e-government sites. Webstructure.NET is built to provide a digital platform for the enterprise and has the flexibility to support multiple websites, secure intranets and extranets, as well as digital services such as email alerts or mobile networks.
This digital publishing platform has evolved out of 20 years of information management in the public sector and our experience in developing publishing systems for major publishing groups such as Thomson Reuters and Emap (publisher of Local Government Chronicle).
Key features of Webstructure.NET
- Streamlined and superior user interface (UI) - the XStandard WYSIWYG editor has been integrated into the system for an intelligent editing experience recreating everything that's useful in a word processing application, through a browser
- Flexible and dynamic website framework - change page layouts and create new sections of the site, even overhaul the home page, using our unique drag and drop "SPIN" technology
- End-to-end digital solutions - we have developed a range of complementary products that integrate tightly with Webstructure.NET to provide a complete digital publishing solution. Inform, for creating forms; Dispatch, for sending email newsletters; and POPI, for managing large public information databases
- Open architecture for easy integration - we are continuously developing and integrating new functionality to support user generated content such as profiles, comments, blogs and forums
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