Graphics, files and photographs that are needed across multiple media formats are often duplicated and managed in multiple locations. With Taggon and its integrated ImageDirector enterprise media asset management system those redundancies are removed. Images are automatically compressed to the correct Internet format according to the users' online size and crop settings.
Content Management Rendered Invisible
Other content management systems fail due to their inherent overwhelming requirements for users to undergo extensive training, when technical skills should ideally be learned within a matter of days. This invariably leads to interruptions in the workﬂow whenever new employees join, and staff that do not use the systems on a regular basis are likely to forget the processes and require the input of “specialists“ for assistance. As a result, the original objective to decentralise content contribution to the source is missed, and the tasks end up returning to the bottleneck positions of webmasters and the like.
Successful content management systems do not require such intense user training, as they build on the most familiar processes. Taggon utilises invisible technology. It has no inherent processes and integrates tightly with existing business procedures and workﬂow systems, thus making your Internet presence more up to date.
Your corporate design can be of paramount importance on the Internet for the recognition of your enterprise. With predesigned templates, Taggon makes it easy to conform to universal design standards. Administrators can maintain control over the corporate branding, style, consistency, accuracy, security and workflow. They identify the content owners, contributors and managers and assign roles that define who views, updates and manages content on your site. They can also set view permissions for different types of viewers. Taggon dynamically personalises the content views for a customised user experience.
Taggon can work with any number of language versions and supports translation and localisation processes. For this, Onison adheres to the same simple principle: Development and maintenance of a web presence has to be so simple that basic knowledge in the Office applications is sufficient for users to contribute to their own contents. Taggon is intuitively self-explanatory.