Stellent observes that users are increasingly accessing and viewing documents and other content through Web sites, portals and intranets rather than through thick-client or even Web-based document management systems. To support the trend, the company today announced an upgrade of its SiteStudio Multi-Site Management environment with a new "Site Manager" role. Site managers are typically business users who need to make additions or changes to sites but who aren't capable of (and don't want to deal with) coding and Web design. Thus, the new interface lets these power users edit and alter intranets, marketing Web sites, blogs, wikis and other sites without coding or complexity. The SiteStudio upgrade also offers deeper built-in analytics, so Web designers and/or site managers can improve navigation and site design by relying on page-click statistics and reports.
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