Activate Learning had been utilising multiple CMS frameworks to manage a group of sites. Moreover, they were using different administration modules, different
frontend themes, and different user workflows - all to manage similar processes around updating large quantities of marketing and educational content.
The lack of a single point of access to editorial content limited the conglomerate's ability to push out integrated marketing efforts on a large scale, making it
difficult to deliver information, updates, and data to users. To better connect with their users, Activate required a new framework for Content Management.
Backend users can easily manage site content with organised content types, taxonomies, blocks and custom modules.
The platform integrates with Microsoft Dynamics to fetch all course-relevant data.
Giving non-technical members the ability to create and dynamically edit content within the backend.
AL provides a customised course search on the website, built on jQuery/JSON/AJAX.