- The taxonomy that drives the search and filter is very easy to configure in the CMS.
- The Word Output feature allows us to generate Word files of content on the fly. We love this!
- The CMS allows for easy set up with Google Analytics.
- I would love to see the ability to add inline comments on pages during documentation reviews.
- I would love to see more print options directly from the navigation on the publish site. For example, it would be nice to right-click on a section and have the option to print that whole section (or even create a PDF that the user can download).
- Customized searches would be a great addition.
- Navigating to the pages was very simple. This was great because if someone told you there was an issue on a page it was easy to find.
- Formatting was very easy. You didn't need to use HTML, but there was an option where you could. This was nice because then more people could be doing their job with less training
- The Preview feature allows you to see the site before you publish it. This was good in preventing errors.
- For my job, Ingeniux CMS did everything I needed it to. I really don't have any complaints.
- Customer Service. Ingeniux is a relatively small CMS company, and that's its strongest asset.
- Training. Their trainers are the best in the business. They break down areas that are hard to understand into manageable pieces. Training for CMS Administrators was one of my best professional experiences.
- Specialization in higher ed. It's nice to have a company that knows what they're doing. In the realm of higher ed, the visitor experience is very different from selling a physical product, and IGX recognizes that, adjusting their CMS accordingly.
- User Interface. It could use a refresh.
- More online resources. The most recent Admin manuals, training or how-to videos/screencasts, etc.
- Ingeniux CMS is great for a freeform organization of your content, because it abstracts away all the confusing elements you'd find in most CMSs and just gives you the raw tools to build out your content.
- Ingeniux CMS has a very powerful PageBuilder tool that allows both customers and developers to create powerful, versatile templates with a large palette of components and widgets your users can use.
- The ease of integrating static code into the CMS is a definite advantage over other systems.
- Everything you will need for your website will likely need to be built from scratch. There are little to no out-of-the-box modules that come with the CMS.
- There is a total absence of a user community for Ingeniux, so obtaining support from anyone other than Ingeniux themselves is non-existent.
- Ingeniux is getting better at this but the documentation of their product and feature set is somewhat limited, and generally only available through in-person training sessions, which can be costly.
- Allows us to add content to an existing template.
- Lack of good documentation for more 'advanced' options. An online manual would be nice.
- Author - Publisher flow could be improved. If a user is both an author and a publisher of their 'site' we need to go through the "re-edit" / "send to publisher" over and over. If one is a publisher we should be able to 're-edit" then publish right away without having to go back into author mode.
- Organizing content has never been easier! - it's a matter of drag and dropping pages in a site tree where you want them to live
- Powerful Taxonomy tagging system - does everything from adding a reference to your page which can be activated wherever taxonomy tags are accepted in your site to transforming user interaction to generate dynamic content on a fly
- Good support team - always there to answer questions and help. This is a plus!
- Functionality, functionality, functionality - the cms has so much functionality to a new user, it is somewhat overwhelming
- Not much developer resources/communities can be found online, which makes it somewhat difficult when you-the developer gets stumped at a question. Their documentation could use some work as well, as it does not cover enough to get a developer who has never used the CMS up and running on their own compared to other CMS'
- They can get pricey when integrating or developing for a client, which is why their market is mainly mid-to-large sites
- Updates are frequent when a new version of the cms software is released. Testing the updates in a staging environment is always encouraged before implementing new patches/updates on your live site.
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About Ingeniux CMS
Ingeniux CMS is a content management solution. Some key features include: intelligent XML content authoring for multi-channel publishing, personalization and content marketing, digital asset management, enterprise search, multi-lingual translation, and adaptive and responsive mobile delivery.
The vendor says that Ingeniux software is used by hundreds of leading brands, universities, trade associations, and government agencies.
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Ingeniux CMS Technical Details
|Deployment Types:||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems:||Windows, Mac|