Our latest Inmagic Presto release includes a number of exciting capabilities that enable knowledge managers to offer users an ever more visually appealing, easily navigable, personalized and efficient KM platform.
- Redesigned user interface—offers a clean, modern appearance and is easier to use on a variety of devices; menu and home pages follow responsive design, and users see only what they need (and want) to see.
- New Web-based configuration—Presto administrators don’t need to know CSS to customize the appearance of their application, nor do they need skilled IT resources to make Presto look great and/or meet their organization’s visual requirements. Clients can easily configure Inmagic Presto’s appearance (colors, fonts, menus, branding) via the Web interface, and even offer role-based themes to suit different user groups.
In addition to our R&D process of continuous innovation informed by client insights, we are dedicated to continually improving upon the fundamentals; as a result, Inmagic Presto V5.0 now offers such capabilities as:
- Dead URL Link Checker and reporting—content administrators can keep their links up-to-date and always working.
- Easy record de-duplication; designed for RSS—automatic record deduplication keeps data clean and relevant for users.
To learn even more about how the latest release can help you be more productive and get more out of Inmagic Presto, contact Lucidea at 604-278-6717 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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