Analytics - allows us in marketing to see what content sellers are using, what pieces should we consider updating, where there are gaps in our content strategy.
LiveSend - sellers are able to understand how end users are interacting with content and can better strategize how to proceed through the sales cycle
Profiles - setting up profiles for different departments vastly improves search for business users and premium users have greater control over what content is accessed without going through premissioning
Content properties/metadata - also contributes to improved search function and gives sellers a competitive advantage in knowing how to use the content, the last time it was updated, the appropriate use cases and geographic regions
Expiration dates - keeps content on- brand and up-to-date with review cycles we've implemented
Announcements - allow us to alert users when a new piece of content is available or anything else that deserves some extra attention. They act similar to a banner notification on your phone when you sign into Seismic, the announcement will pop up.
Product and feature requests - It is nice to work with a company that truly listens to their customer's feature requests and update capability asks. Previously, it was impossible for us to update the tile images without reaching out to our Seismic team. I work on a mac and can't access IE, and security protocols from my company prevented the PC users on my team from doing so, but Seismic ensured us it had been an update several customers had asked for and was built into the roadmap, and sure enough, they delivered and came up with a solution.
O365 Integration - This is both a like and a dislike. Seismic integrates very well with O365 to make it easy to get your files over to Seismic, attach Sesimic content to email, and leverage the O365 suite online. However, from a design and content creation stand point, there are serval limitations being able to use ONLY the online versions of PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. Adding the functionality of opening MSFT desktop apps is on their roadmap. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.