A Component Content Management System (CCMS) is a system that lets you manage content at a component level. A component can be a single word, a series of paragraphs, an image or a video. A CCMS tracks links, versions, and metadata associated with each component giving you granular control of your content. With the power of an efficient CCMS you can:
A CCMS vastly differs from a Content Management System (CMS). A CMS tracks content as documents, pages or posts and formatting is applied while the document is being created. With a CMS content is managed as whole documents, whereas with a CCMS it’s managed as structured content.
RSuite Standard provides an out-of-the-box deployment platform for managing content and data. The RSuite Standard platform is used for authoring, editorial review and approval, content transformation and rendering in multiple output formats.
RSuite Enterprise is a highly configurable content management platform, offered as a commercial cloud or on-premise hosted solution. RSuite Enterprise’s flexible configuration and powerful automation is used to create, manage, deliver and repurpose their valuable mulit-channel content with speed and ease.
RSuite Publish is an XML publishing system that utilizes powerful rendering development to publish complex, highly-styled documents. It can be integrated with DITA and XML editing tools using free plug-ins for XMetal and oXygen. Composition is fully automatic and can be integrated seamlessly into an existing CMS.
RSuite Redaction provides the capability for users to move away from manual redaction and allows electronic data and metadata to be redacted automatically. Users create pre-defined rules and/or templates that govern the redaction of the data.
RSuite Data Fusion is a commercial off-the-shelf intelligence tool that provides analytics, situational awareness and intelligence production capabilities. It contains multiple integrated web-bases applications and other tools that are capable of operating in disconnected operations, intermittent connectivity and limited bandwidth environments.