Healthcare organizations are turning to PaperThin's CommonSpot for their Web content management needs. The solution is well suited for corporate intranets, physician portals and extranets, PaperThin reports, and streamlines communications with doctors, administrators, staff, patients, suppliers, laboratories and others.
Among the healthcare organizations cited by PaperThin as customers are Sharp Healthcare and St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System.
Lawrence Turner, manager of Web development for Sharp, explains, "CommonSpot offers us the flexibility needed to develop custom applications and pages on both our public Web site and our intranet … The solution delivers and integrates with our Web systems. And with hundreds of content contributors, we needed something that everyone would understand right out of the box. Users have been up and running with brief video tutorials and little coaching. The system just makes sense for our users and for our development team."
At St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System, Chris Ferris says, "St. Luke’s had thousands of pages of content to migrate as part of a Web initiative to unite seven sites (including Web sites and intranets) onto CommonSpot, yet our Web group was very understaffed. The solution was so easy to use that we were able to hire untrained volunteers to migrate all of our content, which saved the organization both time and money."
PaperThin says CommonSpot’s taxonomy is ideal for intranets with large amounts of data and for organizations that need to meet regulatory compliance.