I review a lot of Web Content Management Systems but I’ve never done a review of a Document Management System (something that I’ve been meaning to do for some time) until today. Ademero is one such vendor and produces a browser based document management platform called Content Central. Today, I’m going to take you on a tour of this powerful but easy to use system.
Before I dig into the software itself, it’s relevant to point out that anyone can test out the software by simply visiting their website at http://www.ademero.com/ and downloading a trial version. Ademero works on any Windows machine but, once installed, can be access from browsers on any platform.
Let’s dive into the interface shall we?
First, I’m going to show you the interface as seen by the average non-administrative user.
When you first connect to the system through your web browser, you’ll be prompted to log in. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be taken to the dashboard where you are treated to a quick overview of all of your queue’s and messages from within the system.
Content Central is a complex piece of software that is both easy to use and feature filled. The fact that it functioned without issue in every browser I tried (Safari, Chrome, Firefox and IE) was a testament to the amount of work that the team at Ademero have put into it.
The layout of the system makes it incredibly user friendly and provides an interface that is both pleasing to use and fast while maintaining a high degree of functionality. The help system that Content Central provides is quite simply, perfectly implemented and provides just enough assistance to not be overwhelming while still giving you just what you need.
I highly recommend Content Central and would strongly advise you try it out if you are in the market for document management software.