Stockholm, Sweden, October 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- As a 'Software-as-a-Service' solution, Yooba is available through any browser with an Internet connection. This delivery model also gives users direct and continuous access to new functionality and updates without additional licenses or installations.
Yooba's Content Editor is a simpler version of Yooba Studio - the work place in Yooba - and has been designed to enable editing of content that is already created as templates. Pre-defined objects, such as text fields, graphics, pictures etc., are easily and rapidly updated. Thus editors are able to work on updates with a greater frequency and to optimise the performance of their websites. By integrating Yooba into the content management workflow, businesses and their external content suppliers can work with templates for Flash-content, which is then embedded into conventional HTML-sites. The content editor can be fully integrated into an existing CMS to enable access from the same platform. Integration with EPiServer CMS was completed recently and is now ready for commercial use.
"We think users will be as pleased with this functionality as we are; it's the result of extensive dialogue with, and feedback from, both users and re-sellers", says Sven Miller, Sales Manager at Yooba. Yooba is currently discussing partnership deals with several other CMS providers to enable integration with their platforms. He continues: "Why shouldn't it be as easy to manage Rich Media content in Flash, as it is with standard HTML? It's not about replacing any technology, capability, or content with Yooba Flash CMS; technically we're just streamlining the workflow for both creation and management. As far as content goes, we want Flash to complement the static content, for the benefit of both the visitor and the brand."