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Enterprise component content management software

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Xyleme is a component content management system (CCMS) that helps businesses centralize the content lifecycle to create compelling, dynamic, and reusable content.

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Cloud-based employee communications and collaboration tool

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Relola is a cloud-based employee communication software that helps businesses capture, broadcast. and share real-time updates with team members. It provides a team map, which enables users to view the location and community updates of channel members on a centralized platform.

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Low-code development software

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Low-code development software for real developers. Jetveo is the best of both worlds, incorporating the positives and mitigating the negatives.

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Cloud CMS


Headless CMS with scheduled content publishing tool

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Cloud CMS is a headless CMS that helps businesses manage operations related to data backup, auditing, content publishing, and more. Administrators can configure role-based permissions, set up user authentication protocols, and utilize single-sign on capabilities to ensure a secure user experience.

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Enterprise Content Management (ECM)


Superior Technology for Imaging and Digital Transformation

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At Vir Softech, we align our capabilities with enterprises' needs and goals. Our solutions are for small, medium, and large organizations that are constantly growing and innovating. We offer folder and document-level access, role-based access and authorization, content-type segregation, and more.

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