Have the ability add images and video's. Resize and Crop images to optimize the
size of the mobile devices screen.
Control your inventory. Add stock levels and remove discontinued items. Create your
own clearance items quickly.
Manage your entire product line and receive orders through the content manager.
Modify payment and shipping options.
Consolidate and run any report that your business needs either manually or automatically.
Get the right reports designed for you.
Total App Control
Take control of your app. Every aspect of the app can be managed. Don't spend extra
money to pay someone else to make a change that you should be able to do yourself.
No more phone calls, no more waiting.
Restaurants are an excellent example of when to use a content management system.
Most facilities change their menu quarterly and have daily specials. Restaurants
typically have a very large audience and can benefit a great deal. Most restaurants
have started to implement take-out. Places that offer take-out range from fast food
to fine dining. The typical user is more willing to pay more for convenience.
The retail industry sells every single product that we own today. The majority of
the products that we purchased are known as convenience items. These items we can
purchase without physically seeing them. The entire e-commerce industry is built
on these types of items. With the introduction of m-commerce, everyday people are
now purchasing these convenience items through mobile apps instead of websites.
All apps can use a content management system. You are not limited by industry or
app type. A content management system is great for end to end development of your
entire app infrastructure. Industries that can use a content management system include
but are not limited to: construction, government, health care, hospitality, real
estate, restaurant, retail, tourism and transportation. See how a CMS can fit into
your mobile strategy.