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Content Central can be installed at your office or you can use our cloud version. Take advantage of the many benefits a browser-based application offers, including quick deployment, controlled & logged access, and remote connectivity. Administrators install Content Central on a single Microsoft Windows server or across multiple servers for performance. After user accounts have been defined, users connect from available Windows, Mac, or Linux computers on the network to view their documents of virtually any type right in the browser.
Easy user interface and navigation
Send documents with workflows
In addition to internal use, temporary access to one or more items can be granted to outside users using Content Central’s document-sharing feature. Users with the share permission can assign items to one or more public users by providing their e-mail address in an assignment dialog. The outside users will receive complete instructions on how to access Content Central as well as the content that’s been shared. Along with demand-based e-mailing, Content Central’s workflow engine can distribute content automatically when configured workflow events are triggered, such as a document approval or change to content.
Route documents for coding
Create and capture forms
Audit with document history
Easily set security permissions
Content Central keeps your information secure. Along with manual additions, it also has Active Directory integration. An embedded system-event viewer lets administrators audit the actions taken by any user, including connections, searches, views, edits, and much more.
Built into Content Central is a powerful approval-processing engine, giving you the ability to define an unlimited number of approval processes. These electronic processes let you easily manage the stages of a document’s lifecycle by automatically moving them along workflow paths that you define.
Members of approval processes either approve or reject documents that arrive in their Approval Queue. The administrative Approval Queue lets managers view documents at all stages and provides the ability to approve, reject, and remove any documents in view.
Bring documents from a meeting directly into Microsoft Office so they can be updated. Quickly route revised documents to other team members for review and feedback. Make notes and collaborate electronically, or check documents out so they can’t be edited by others. Easily review the history of each document to audit any changes, and roll back to a previous version when necessary. When you’re ready, send the documents out for approval by the team.
No matter what you want to accomplish with your documents, Content Central’s workflow engine will fly through it. This workhorse has been fine-tuned for power and performance, and it’s capable of handling the heaviest loads with speed. Boasting an immense library of rules, including the ability to make your own rules, absolutely anything is possible.
Take advantage of decision-based routing that can evaluate properties and formulas on the fly. Send an email to a customer when an order is fulfilled, generate a weekly report on the sales numbers, or even call the boss’s cell phone when an important contract is waiting for his approval. Combined with its built-in integration with other systems, the possibilities are endless.
School Districts in California that use Content Central*
|New Haven Unified|
* This is a partial list generated through our annual technology systems survey, internet searches, and other methods.
Also, districts constantly change enterprise systems in an never ending quest to find the 'best' of the best. So expect these results to change over time.
If your district currently uses this system but doesn't appear on this list, please let us know by updating your district's info on our annual systems survey: