WebWorks Server solves your business website needs...
- Deep interactivity connects you with your customers, constituents, residents, neighbors, associates, partners or clients.
- Log in to your site any time, from any computer in the world, and manage your website’s users, groups and content.
- All functions can be managed with just a few clicks of your mouse.
- All users in your database -- including you -- have individual rights and privileges to accomplish tasks:
- Upload new content
- Add, Edit or Delete text, images or files
- Post articles
- Manage Users
- Manage Groups
- ...and more!
How it works:
- WebWorks Server is based on Users, Groups and Functions.
- Users have Roles within each Group
- Users also have Rights within each Group’s Functions.
- Sites are organized into Groups, with Group names showing as links in the navigation.
- A User is someone with a User Account on the site.
- Group Roles are like Administrators or Member.
- Group Rights are the permissions to view, post, or manage site content.
- Groups can be private (member-only)
- Functions are the functionality each group enables for user access, such as calendars, file areas, corkboards, etc.
- Functions within a Group can be hidden, requiring the Right to "view"
The basic workflow for developing your site is:
- Groups and Sub-Groups are created.
- Users are added to the site, either by importing them in bulk, or allowing them to sign-up themselves.
- Users are assigned Roles, such as Group Administrators or Group Members.
- Members are given Rights to add, access, and manage site content.
- Members add, access, and manage site content.
- Groups can be public or private. Public groups can be viewed by all Users. Private only by Group Members.
- Design your site using one of the built-in layout templates (or create your own custom layout template) and then edit the styles and colors within the Site Setup Wizard.
Things groups can share
- Corkboards (messaging)
- News / Blog / Basic web pages
Examples of uses of WebWorks Server
- Businesses, for customer support or CRM (Customer Relationship Management)
- Town Government and their various departments and committees, for town residents and contractors
- Education: entire schools, school systems, individual departments, etc. for students, faculty, staff, etc.
- Athletics, for coaches and their players, exchanging videos, support documents, messaging and coordination
- Non-profit organizations, to communicate with their members / constituents
- Online communities, to stay in touch and coordinate activities
- Public Access TV stations
- Radio Stations
- The list goes on....!
Posted by mmuller - March 18, 2007