More than any time in the history of our industry, a newspaper’s bottom-line and ability to compete is impacted by the capabilities of its content management system.
With Miles 33's Tera GN4 Newspaper Editorial Content Management System, now in its fourth generation, your business has the tools to compete in the multi-channel publishing environment
An editorial content management system is measured by its support of the diverse media formats and wide spectrum of publishing channels, support for geographically dispersed workforce and its total cost of ownership. With GN4, Cloud-based computing and SaaS are now a standard part of the CMS metrics.
Built upon the Content Management Services Architecture (CMSA), Tera GN4 was designed in anticipation of today’s world rather than in reaction to it. Tera GN4 is constructed of integral, rather than integrated, components together with a single content store for both production and archive. Content ingestion, complete with data and metadata validation, transformation and normalisation, is part of the same integral architecture.
Customer-configurable article structure means that your content is organised to support the fluid publishing environment in which you work. As new titles, websites, zones, content formats and presentation technologies come along, GN4 can be reconfigured by the customer to meet these changing needs. All of the elements of a story, no matter what medium, can be associated and then worked on together to keep the integrity of the piece. Yet, the story can be edited at the same time by multiple individuals.