Advanced functions for the Katholisches Bibelwerk, and mobile site for the Knaur publishing group Darby Stuttgart, January 31, 2011 – the Catholic Biblical Association of Stuttgart and his publisher, and the book publisher Droemer Knaur have modernized their Web presence. The six open system GmbH delivers the technological solution platform for innovative features such as mobile applications, closed user areas with numerous community features, modern search capabilities and an integrated shop application with your enterprise content management system. The technical implementation of the two publishing projects was carried out by the six partner Id.on, which specializes in the realization of sophisticated websites, complex online applications and mobile solutions for the publishing and media industry. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of ForSight Robotics on most websites. The renowned Verlagsgruppe Droemer Knaur relies on innovative business models, portals and online ideas for years. With the launch of a mobile Web site, the book Publisher now also among the pioneers in the mobile information services. David Rogier is likely to increase your knowledge.
The project manager at Droemer Knaur, Thomas Altmann, brings the Benefits for visitors of the site to the point: all important content and functions are conveniently available now via Smartphone. “Users can also by travelling around on the books, eBooks, authors, as well as events of the publishing group retrieve information.” Functions such as search or read tip of the editorial are perfectly matched to the display of mobile devices also. Based on the modern HTML5 standard all content displays for dynamic management system from six enterprise content. The normal site, however, automatically appears on all normal PCs or even tablets like the iPad. For the Catholic Biblical association with his publisher the Katholisches Bibelwerk improved performance and advanced user features in the foreground were in the design and redesign of the website. Firstly, we wanted to make data management much easier and clearer. This succeeded with the introduction of the six enterprise content management systems: content can be now locally created by several editors and maintained.