Better tools to turn content publishing into knowledge sharing.
Your employees use email to store documents. They collaborate with clients using Dropbox. They create files internally using Microsoft Office 365. And they back up all of their data to personal USBs and hard drives. The business you're running has a problem with managing information.
At SwipeTrack, we solve this problem on a daily basis. As businesses grow organically, employees create homegrown ways to create and share information. The problem is that it's insecure, not reliable, and there’s no control over who has access to what data. Long-term efforts like these become impossible to manage.
From building smarter tagging tools, to creating ways to distribute content across domains, we build enterprise-grade content management systems (CMSs) that help you manage everything from public-facing sites, to your internal, mission critical data warehouse systems.
More users mean more data. When there are different people creating information, it's crucial that documents and files can be tagged for easy retrieval across your entire team.
Content management systems should be able to support the media you need for your business. A strong CMS supports complex assets like videos, 3D files and interactive content to simpler content like photos, text, documents and audio.
As documents are edited, changes get made and employees need to collaborate. What happens when a file is deleted or altered inappropriately? Versioning gives you the ability to roll back to previous files, so that you can see your document history.
Whether you're running a Drupal-powered media site, a Sharepoint Intranet, or an Adobe CQ Media platform, does the content you have to manage need to scale across different websites and digital domains that your company owns?
DYNAMIC CONTENT LAYOUTS
At SwipeTrack, we know content has different importance throughout the day, to different people, in different geographies. We focus on ensuring that layouts are generated dynamically so that viewers only see what's relevant to them.
Mobile design and Responsive Web design doesn't just mean fitting data into a smaller screen. Great CMSs re-evaluate points like dynamically serving smaller images and compressing files so that information is easy to retrieve through mobile.