Component Content Management System, a detailed content management system for greater consistency across all your documents.
A system that allows you to manage the content at the data level, paragraphs and topics using an XML data model, to maintain consistency between documents
A Component Content Management System, or CCMS, works like any other CMS content management system, but manages content at a more granular level.
Within CCMS, content is managed at the level of data, paragraphs, topics, concepts or resources through the use of an XML-based data model.
This allows users to maintain consistency across a document (or multiple documents) as elements are reused, rather than being rewritten or copied and pasted. It also allows for better reuse as the content is further broken down into smaller topics.
What kind of product information can be handled?
Features, data, descriptions
Description of processes, procedures and steps
Warnings, regulations, certifications
Automation / message strings
HMI software application strings
Navigation masts of the SW
Names of machine parts / assemblies / components
Descriptive characteristics / information for choice
Standard and special machine configurations
Troubleshooting / troubleshooting
References to consumables and spare parts
What can you do with a CCMS system?
CCMS content management systems are commonly used both for internal company content management and for externally facing needs, depending on the use case.
With a CCMS you will be able to follow the entire process of product information management more oriented to the technical part, covering the needs of:
who creates the information (Mechanical Technical Office, Electrical Technical Office, Product Managers, Marketing, Technical Documentation, After Sales, Training) and can archive it efficiently
those who seek information to make different uses (very often they are the same figures we mentioned above)
who distributes the information (Marketing, Technical Documentation, After Sales, Training, learning platforms) by providing a publication engine to produce content in paper format or for digital consumption