San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2011
CoreMedia, a leading Web content management (WCM) company, today announced that it has added the Webforms plug-in to CoreMedia CMS. Developed by Hamburg-based enterprise IT specialists Monday Consulting, the plug-in module is available for both the CoreMedia Editor and CoreMedia Studio. With Webforms, users can create HTML forms for surveys, purchase orders, registrations or contact requests within the familiar CoreMedia editing interface and integrate these forms into existing Web properties. CoreMedia customers using the Monday Consulting Webforms plug-in include German drugstore chain dm-drogerie markt and popular German publication Bild.de.
Key features of new Webform plug-in module:
- Simple integration into existing layouts as the design of the forms is controlled using the CoreMedia template system
- Availability of form elements to editing staff from the form editor toolbar that can be added to the website with a click of the mouse
- Ability to include complex form elements such as password fields, captchas, hidden fields and upload elements, as well as content from CoreMedia CMS, in addition to input fields, check boxes, radio buttons, drop-down lists and free-text fields
- Ability of editorial staff to define and modify the properties of individual form elements from within CoreMedia CMS
- Capacity to easily set conditions on selectable elements and page breaks, in order to map dependencies between data items entered by users
- Integration with new CoreMedia Studio elements such as drag-and-drop and integrated preview
- Compatibility with CoreMedia CMS 2005 and above
"The Webforms plug-in is a powerful and intuitive capability that gives CoreMedia users greater freedom to design their Web properties to be as individual and appealing as possible without needing to switch between multiple systems," commented CoreMedia CEO Gerrit Kolb. "The development of the plug-in by our implementation partner Monday Consulting once again showcases the strength and creativity of our Partner Network."
Monday Consulting founder and CEO Dirk Schrödter is pleased with the strong interest and growing number of CoreMedia customers using the Webforms plug-in: "Our plug-in solution installs quickly and easily, and its clearly structured user interface enables users to create simple or even complex forms with just a few clicks of the mouse. I'm sure that many CoreMedia customers will be using Webforms in the future."
About Monday Consulting
IT consultants Monday Consulting have been offering their expertise to large and mid-sized companies since 2009. Based in Hamburg, the company supports its partners in the development of crossmedia solutions for communication and interaction. In addition to specialist skills in the area of enterprise content management systems, mobile solutions and apps, Monday Consulting also offers professional planning and project management services. CoreMedia customers now using the Webforms plug-in include DAK (health insurance), Generali (insurance), OTTO and Tchibo (retail), dm-drogerie markt and Bild.de. For more information on the company, go to: http://www.monday-consulting.com
CoreMedia is a leading provider of Web Content Management (WCM) software to organizations demanding engaging, context-driven online experiences for their customers regardless of channel or touchpoint. The company’s WCM suite offers unique business value by seamlessly integrating digital and social media assets, increasing editorial productivity and accelerating time to market in complex environments. As a result, businesses can more effectively execute their online strategies to engage users, build customer loyalty and ultimately drive greater revenue and profitability.
Established in 1996, CoreMedia is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, with offices in San Francisco, London, and Singapore. CoreMedia’s clients include global brands, such as the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Bertelsmann, BILD, CLAAS, Continental, EPCOS, Deutsche Telekom, Internet Broadcasting, O2, SEAT, and Singapore Press Holdings.
For further information on CoreMedia, please visit http://www.coremedia.com