NSN has dozens of websites in different countries that use multiple language sets and serve various audiences. For years each site was managed by a local team using different platforms. This became extremely cumbersome when it came to updating branded copy and changing information across
its global and national sites. With operations in multiple countries and dozens of websites to be managed, Nokia needed an effective way of maintaining all site properties by migrating all of Nokia’s web sites to a centralized location.
To fix this, Icreon would need to conduct a large-scale database to bring all of Nokia’s site properties to a single instance of Drupal that could power every country’s website as well as the global website at large. Nokia would need a platform that can support inputting data from multiple languages such as English, Spanish, Italian and others. In addition, the CMS has
ample tools to allow content creators to pull from a vast repository of past information written by other writers for plug-n-play content and media insertion. Because NSN has such a large, distributed team, the platform is also designed with non-technical users in mind, with built in tagging & search tools to re-use and re-mix content.