Chorley Council and South Ribble Borough Council choose GOSS Content
Chorley Council and South Ribble Borough Council are the latest UK local government authorities to select GOSS as their content management system provider.
Using the GOSS Content Platform, Chorley and South Ribble are looking to deliver their new corporate websites using the platform, which will enable them to provide improved and efficient digital services to residents, businesses and visitors.
Chorley Council serves over 118,000 residents across the borough, which borders the West Pennines in central Lancashire, while neighbouring South Ribble Borough Council, with its administrative headquarters nearby Leyland, serves over 111,000 residents.
After a thorough evaluation of the market for a reliable, flexible and intuitive content management system, Chorley and South Ribble chose GOSS as their CMSplatform provider of choice. In addition to their main websites, both councils have a number of microsites encompassing a diverse range of requirements and audiences. It is important that each has its own identity, and the two councils will be making use of several best practice WCAG 2.1 compliant GOSS Themes in order to provide a different look and feel to each site.
Not only can the councils look forward to new accessible, engaging and responsive websites, but they will also be making use of GOSS Forms, which enables sophisticated online forms to be built by non-technical users.
Importantly, the open APIs and Integration Engine included in the councils' new GOSS Content and Forms platforms will enable integration with existing software, providing seamless end-to-end experiences for customers in support of both councils' digital transformation programmes.