TERMINALFOUR Announce Latest Version of Web Content Management System -TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.3

Submitted By Niamh January 23, 2013

TERMINALFOUR has announced the latest release of its web content management system - TERMINALFOUR Site Manager.  The latest version, TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.3 benefits from more than one hundred feature enhancements to enable web developers to easily manage their organization’s entire online world using the latest responsive design techniques.

eForms/Self-Service & User Interface

TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.3 was driven by direct client feedback and market demand for an out-of-the-box solution that delivers maximum online impact for minimal resources. The latest version of the release has witnessed significant progress towards greater web developer productivity with notable improvements to the user interface and self-service capabilities.  An enhanced Form builder (eForms), direct edit and digital marketing tools have all received significant development. Other areas include improvements supporting responsive design and multi channel publishing, web services and email marketing, all contributing to greater ease-of-use.

In addition, there have been more enhancements to TERMINALFOUR Site Manager’s integration capabilities with greater functionality added to its key integration tool ‘enterprise content syncer’ (originally launched in TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.2 release) and social media integration with the integrated TERMINALFOUR “social poster” allowing controlled authoring, approval and posting to social media systems such as Twitter, Facebook and other Social Media systems.

Cloud/SaaS

TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.3 also benefits from major performance and enterprise security features and support.  A big focus was improvements to scalability and publishing performance, especially within cloud environments, and already the new release has been deployed to clients with websites with more than 1+ million web pages. The latest release also benefits from enhancements to clustering capabilities allowing for the management of some of the world’s largest websites and intranets.

Migration

There are also significant improvements to auto migration features including a highly configurable HTML importer. This powerful feature allows clients to quickly migrate their existing website into TERMINALFOUR Site Manager, from either static websites or legacy web content management solutions. 

More than 60% of TERMINALFOUR’s new business in the past twelve months has involved migrations from other WCM systems. The list of other CMS systems the company has migrated from has risen to more than fifteen and includes Interwoven, Vignette, OpenText, Immediacy, Iron Point, Squiz, Drupal and Documentum.

Piero Tintori, CEO and Founder, TERMINALFOUR said, “TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.3 is internally called our ‘championing the web developer’ release.  The focus was to enhance developer productivity and enable them to do big things with minimal resources. We believe we’ve delive  red on these objectives resulting in a system that’s a tour de force in the web content management market.”   

CODiE Awards 

TERMINALFOUR Site Manager has recently been named an SIIA Content CODiE Award finalist for ‘Best Content Management Platform’. 

“The recognition by the CODiE Awards, that we are one of the four best web content management platforms is a huge endorsement of our software. It is validation that our continued investment in R&D and our client led product roadmap is delivering a modern and scalable solution, meeting the online needs of the largest and most discerning organizations and brands in the world”, Tintori continued.  

“The CODiE Awards competition was extremely competitive this year with a record number of innovative products and solutions competing,” said Kathy Greenler Sexton, VP & General Manager for the Content Division at SIIA. “All of our CODiE Awards finalists should be commended for their innovation and market-leading products and services.”


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