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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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Companies can't remove reviews or game the system. Here's why
- Once trained, users really ramp up, but getting them to switch mindsets has not been easy or painless.
- We can easily show ROI with add-ons and increasingly do so.
- Since it's a very large site, we have to go a bit slower than everyone would like in terms of the roll-out.
- Increased employee efficiency.
- Fast time to achieve results saves company money.
- Better constituent relations.
- The overhead of maintaining a 16,000+ page site is minimal now where it was entirely unmanageable previously.
- Increased employee proficiency compared to nothing at all. I really don't have anything else to compare it to though.
- Reports from Core do not help/.
- Better Collaboration,
- Restriction of content to certain users decreases the amount of changes over restricted content
- Support price is really high - I would suggest you look into this area
- Increased employee efficiency
- Sometimes unsatisfactory reviews from users because our site is hard to navigate or it looks "old"
- Increased organization of content. Although this is still an issue we're working to fix, there is the potential to be more organized in CoreMedia.