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CoreMedia is the content application for the marketing pieces of our sites. I've used this now on 2 installations. It is quick, flexible, …
We use CoreMedia to manage our main website. We have approximately 200 contributors internally who use the system to build, manage, and …
CoreMedia was used at my previous organization to update the website for the entire organization. I used it specifically for two …
CoreMedia is used across the organization. Governance is done centrally by the Communications Department while content creation is done by …
I work for an advertising agency. We use Core Media to source traffic for our spots, input media buys, to update reports on our clients, …
The product is to restricted when our team wants to make custom changes over layouts and content
CoreMedia is being used at our Association to manage content for our website. We have a central team within Communications that manages …
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CoreMedia is a global provider of web content management software headquartered in San Francisco and Hamburg, Germany, with offices in Singapore and London. CoreMedia CMS, or CoreMedia 7, is a Java-based web content management and publishing system supporting high traffic, multi-language, multi-channel publishing. As it is targeted at global-oriented businesses and enterprises, CoreMedia touts Multi-site management with regionalization / localization via centralized control and preservation of brand for maintaining a uniform global image. CoreMedia uses object-oriented content modeling and provides security and separation of editorial and delivery environments. That is, it possesses a decoupled architecture. It contains inbuilt integration with SAP and IBM e-commerce platforms.
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Localization of content is SUPER easy (and we're a global company, so this is quite important)!
CoreMedia would be great for a very large website handled by very astute developers, who are also editors. Unfortunately, developers and editors are not usually the same people, thus CoreMedia is ill-suited for our company and companies like ours.
I think that CoreMedia is well-suited for a big organization because many staff members can use it at once and, with IT staff, can have a very convenient, consistent system. It may be less appropriate for a small organization where only one or two people are managing web development and don't need as vast or complex of a system.
I think this CMS is best suited as an enterprise level system. For small, or simple sites, there are better options, but for large high-traffic sites, this is a great CMS.
It seems we have to input a lot of work to generate reports that a computer system should be able to do for us. However, it is very well suited to keep track of things but can be very sensitive when it comes to adding buys and what not. Automatically inputs numbers when I tab over that shouldn't be there and doesn't pick up numbers that should (such as when inputting post logs) which can be quite annoying.
Does it meet our expections? Is it customizable? Does it offer support? How much will it cost to implement new features
For websites with many individual pages, CoreMedia can certainly get out of hand very quickly. Our Association's website has over 30,000 pages, which is too many, but managing those in CoreMedia is quick difficult. The search function isn't always very helpful, and the system itself is not automatic or intuitive to help you in keeping content current. Questions to ask might be: how many people will I have using this product? Who will ultimately be in charge of publishing content? Do you have set web standards to share with staff to allow for the delegation of tasks/content contributions?