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Many organisations wish to offer personalised content and services to their users, with the possible solutions ranging from simple to complex and very expensive. In our experience, there’s definitely no one-size-fits-all approach that is applicable to all clients, so we try and ensure we match the solution that provides the highest business value.
A key consideration when offer personalised content is context, which may include:
Often large organisations have a need to share content across multiple Drupal sites within their platform. This could be sharing content like news, events, or staff profiles, and can be achieved with creating a central content repository.
PreviousNext has developed shared content repositories for a number of our larger clients, and each was customised to work within the specific workflows of the organisation. These repositories provide an open source alternative to proprietary products like Acquia Content Hub.
Many large organisations have the problem of wanting to have consistent look and feel and a common code base, while giving some level of autonomy to multiple independent business units or organisational groups.
Many organisations use a Document Management System (DMS) such as HP Trim, Documentum, ECM, Sharepoint and Alfresco for managing all their internal documents. This can often be the central repository for PDF or MS Word documents that need to go through document approval workflows. Often some of these documents also need to be shared on the organisation’s public-facing web sites, while using the DMS as the single source of truth.
Drupal is able to integrate with many of these DMS using the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) open standard.
By freeing merchants from vendor lock in, they can be confident their new website is an investment that they own entirely, with no other companies owning their code or database. By working with Open Source software, merchants can also be confident that many different developers and agencies have experience supporting their software.
After a short training session, we find most merchants are confident managing their online catalog and accompanying content.