Low touch publishing allows you to save time by keeping your content moving through the review process.
Reduce review iterations by providing clear expectations of reviewers.
Prove team accountability and compliance with governance requirements for content approvals.
Save time collating your feedback. Create new content faster with access to your past work.
CS Workflow exists because everyone hates content reviews. In spite of progress with publishing and collaboration tools, the review process is one of the worst parts of working with content.
Ben and Vicky, the founders of CS Workflow, have content backgrounds in publishing, marketing and strategy. Their experience with slow, difficult content reviews caused by miscommunication and misunderstandings, drove them to create a solution. They'd seen reviewers, approvers, and even content producers, become disengaged with the process.
CS Workflow is a direct response to these experiences. The CS Workflow solution brings teams together, while making the process easy, trackable and accountable. The whole team - content creators, editors, reviewers, and approvers - are part of the content workflow from initiation to go live.
There's no more us versus them, there's only Team Content!
CS Workflow is suited to anyone working with content that needs to be reviewed and approved before it goes live. This includes copywriters, bloggers, content creators, business owners, editors and content managers.
Whatever your role in the content review process, everyone agrees that great content means better results for the business. CS Workflow benefits the whole team, helping them to produce great content.
Almost all of us use email to send content for review and approval. A shared folder system is often used for storing content in document form. This is easy and cheap, but comes with a lot of problems and risks.
Email does not have any workflow, approval support or version control. These are vital to ensuring reviews and publishing risks are properly managed. CS Workflow has these features at its core, making it the best tool for your content review process.
The risks of using email to manage your content reviews are not worth it. Don't risk missing vital feedback or publishing the wrong version.