Inspirit Introduces Content Management System Platform Integrated with Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn

Inspirit, a Sao Paulo based-technology developer and global distributor for Digital Intelligence, with offices in Santiago (Chile) and Miami (USA), announces the release of the Si4 CMS Content Management System platform, which permits access control via smart card / tokens and integration with major social networks.

Si4 CMS facilitates publication, maintenance and control of content and news, product and service lists to be integrated with e-commerce and with business project campaign control projections, including the creation of rules for control and access levels.

Major publishers, universities and companies across several industries are already using the Inspirit platform. Its functionality provides users with a greater level of security in managing information and system access through pre-defined rules.

Supplied as software as a service (SaaS), Inspirit CMS can be integrated with social networks, in addition to guaranteeing an increased level of content indexing, including security at the user authentication level.

“Si4 CMS makes the company independent of outside teams in the publishing, management and control of content. The user may easily modify or publish any information. With the newly released features, users will have greater confidence in the development of their content and more control over what is being produced,” said Francisco Monteiro, director of Inspirit.

Commenting on the results achieved by Inspirit during Web 2.0 Expo New York, Monteiro said that the Si4 CMS platform attracted the interest of visiting companies because of the features offered, such as the ability to include specific content channels, such as products, services, capturing market demand, sponsors, announcements, events, and forums. The company is also celebrating the first business arising from the event. “In order to deal with the various user profiles, the technology allows for the creation, management and delivery of specific value-added content, knowledge-based management, advanced search systems with relevance and specific bases, systems for communication with users, internal and external access levels, and management of the created communities and social networks,” explains Monteiro.

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