System News
Site Executive 2.0 Software
Web Content Management System
October 22, 2001,
Volume 44, Issue 4

Systems Alliance Incorporated offers an enterprise content management system, Site Executive version 2.0 software. Site Executive 2.0 software is a dynamic, easy-to-implement software system designed for efficient management of web content in information-intensive enterprises. Its usability, functionality, extensibility, and low total cost of ownership distinguish Site Executive from other content management products currently available.

"Site Executive has delivered time and again," said KG Golshan, President and CEO of Systems Alliance Incorporated. "We've been successful in saving our clients time and money by providing a solution that is launched in days and weeks rather than the months and years it often takes to deploy competitive solutions. Systems Alliance is now prepared to leverage these successes, providing rapid deployment of cost-effective web management systems throughout the US and Canada."

Designed to be the ultimate turnkey web development and maintenance solution, Site Executive gives non-technical users the ability to author and manage a company's Internet and intranet content. Systems Alliance believes that by empowering departments and divisions of an organization to update their own information on a web site, the site's content can be more relevant, accurate and up to date.

It is generally deployed in under 60 days, and users with less than four hours of training can begin updating content on the web site, with little to no reliance on technical expertise. Its comprehensive security and authorization process guarantees not only granular and authorized content management but also authenticated access and secured-socket transmissions.

Site Executive can be deployed on UNIXR, SolarisTM Operating Environment, or Microsoft Windows NT/2000. It is database independent, and contains a well-defined Module Programming Interface (MPI) to facilitate extensibility and integration with back-end processes. "

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