Content Management System
ONEIL's Content Management System (CMS) allows you to integrate systems and product information - parts, maintenance, training, ERP, warranty, and diagnostics - that used to be isolated.
Create Content Once, Use Many Times
The CMS is a powerful, database-driven XML repository that will allow authors to create content once, then easily and cost-effectively manage, reuse, and deliver it in a variety of formats and an assortment of languages. This standards-based data structure and technology implementation will provide a format-independent platform. It will not only protect your information from proprietary technology shifts, it will also prepare your content for a range of current and future uses.
Improve Content and Processes
Using the CMS system creates opportunities to improve your current authoring and publishing processes. The benefits include improved work flow, labor efficiency, increased data reuse, improved accuracy, and shorter publication life cycles. Additionally, the CMS serves as an archive for documents.
CMS For Documentation and Parts Data
The CMS system is designed to manage parts data and product manuals. The CMS is structured to comprehensively manage parts catalogs. It includes support for importing and authoring publications, editing and linking content, and translation management. It publishes data output to XML or PDF for print- and client-based delivery systems.
The ONEIL CMS:
- Provides the ability to load and link PDF documents, such as service manuals and operator manuals.
- Manages and updates parts data.
- Hooks into your system to import and export data into XML and PDF for print and client-based delivery systems.
- Includes the ability to manipulate data and load it into the CMS.
- Supports translation of multiple languages, including support and coordination services with translator companies.
- Handles publication creation, versioning, translation packaging, archival, and additional functionality.
The CMS Can Be Web Based or Client Based. Some Features of a Web-Based CMS:
- Access all online manuals and illustrated parts pages with a Web browser.
- Load a price file or work with data without pricing.
- Use all major functions of current electronic manuals.
- Search for parts manuals using serial numbers or bills of material.
- Manage other documents for publication to the Web, including service manuals, operations manuals, and bulletins.
For the user, a client-based system is very similar to a Web-based system. It provides similar functionality and content as a Web-based system. It can function in both an online (connected to the internet) or offline (disconnected from the internet) mode. Content updates are available when the system is online. Additional system communication can occur when the system is in an online mode, including transmission of saved pick lists and feedback.