Content Delivery

HTML, RSS, XML, Email and Mobile all from a single button

solution logo

Your website is just the begining. You can do more.

Your website is the focal point of your electronic presence, but times are changing faster than most of us would like to admit. Smart phones and mobile tablets are quickly becoming mainstream and your users are choosing multiple devices and demand content delivery to multiple platforms. What’s more, today’s users are demanding more sophisticated capabilities from your website. Personalization, localization and push-notifications are now considered basic necessities.

No need to stress over it. Its all ‘out-of-the-box’ with content delivery solutions from Cranium Softworks.

Key Features:

Multi-Channel Publishing

From a single source document, you can publish to multiple platforms and in multiple formats:

HTML with automatically refreshed Issue Table of Contents to drive your website

RSS to provide feeds for RSS readers and to integrate with third party content aggregators

XML to enable database-like features and alternative layouts appropriate for mobile devices

ASCII to feed third party legacy archives and databases

SMS and Email to deliver push-notifications to opt-in subscribers

Mobile API to allow mobile applications easy access to your content

PDF for those who still prefer the feel of print media but in an electronic delivery package

Personalization and Localization

There was a time when everyone saw the same content when they visited a website. That’s no longer true. With user-customizable dashboards, a user can tailor the home page based on preferences for subject matter or content category. You can even deploy localization logic to display different content to users based on their geography. It’s all about delivering the right content to maximize its value for your clients.

Slicing and Dicing

With Cranium Content Publisher (CCP), your publication is delivered to your website tagged with markers that let you compartmentalize user views. Users can browse by content category, keywords, volume/issue or publish date. These markers can also be used to inter-relate articles or issues to create a richer user experience.

Forward-facing Usage Reporting

Often in the Business-to-Business world, the requirement for employee knowledge acquisition is mandated from the top. Forward-facing usage reports are an extremely convenient way for managers to ensure that their employees are utilizing the values your content provides. It’s also a great tool to justify the costs of site licenses in their annual budgets.