Atlas i-Publisher

Build your website at no cost

A service for creating, running and managing multilingual content-driven web sites

Language Switcher
English Bulgarian

Embrace Innovation


Small enterprises, non-profit organizations


  • An organisation does not currently have a content-driven website and decides to create one with i-Publisher. A team member is authorised to create an account with the service and start working on the project;
  • After authorisation, they choose several predefined content item types (e.g. publications, news, events), decide on a visualisation theme (e.g. styles, logo, page layout) or select a ready-to-be-used website;
  • In less than an hour the team member can preview the website;
  • Finally, they create accounts for their fellow team members who will be responsible for creating, editing, and publishing multilingual content.


Authors and editors will benefit from i-Publisher as it saves them valuable time by automatically categorising, summarising and annotating content as well as aiding its translation into other languages.

Corporate clients


  • A corporate client needs several websites to present their business. The client has to unify, classify, retrieve, store, reuse, and package heterogeneous information items, which are then rendered dynamically on several websites;
  • The ATLAS software platform is installed on a server in the client’s Intranet;
  • An administrator from the client’s IT department creates accounts for team members who will be responsible for the different phases of creating and managing websites and their content;
  • Content designers create content types or choose from predefined types (e.g. products, clients, news, events, documents, offices), define relations between them and design the fill-in forms. Then editors can start entering the information by filling in the forms;
  • Graphic designers choose a visualisation theme (e.g. styles, logo, page layout);
  • Page designers create pages and define the dynamic blocks of information that will be presented there. The information organised in content types can be presented in different styles and formats on one or more websites;
  • Page designers build the website navigation. In addition to the static navigation, designers create dynamic navigation blocks. These blocks contain navigation links to contextually relevant information;
  • An administrator or another user with special access rights configures the functionalities for the websites like Search, Text Mining or Categorisation;
  • Finally, the administrator publishes the websites on the hosting servers.


The corporate client can be efficient in delivering relevant information without spending many man-hours to update its numerous web pages on a daily basis.

In addition to the static navigation blocks, the websites contain dynamic, topic-related blocks. In these blocks the topics are defined through a combination of keywords generated by content. The content shown in these blocks shares the same keywords and gives the user quick access to relevant information.

Multinational companies, universities


  • Trained personnel from the organisation customise ATLAS so that it reflects the structure and internal workflows of the organisation;
  • A system administrator creates user groups and user accounts that reflect the security restriction layers in the organisation;
  • A publisher defines several output publishing channels (e.g. websites, blocks of content in existing sites);
  • Graphic designers customise the look and feel of each output publishing channel;
  • Information designers define contextual navigation;
  • After all these tasks have been completed, staff from different departments may start creating and manipulating heterogeneous multilingual content. Text content is automatically categorised, customised, and annotated but is not published before being approved;
  • Quality assurance staff review content and approve it for publishing.


The hierarchical structure of the organisation is properly mapped. The granular user access rights ensure the fluent and secure workflows. The content editors work only on the content they are responsible for. The approval editors further process the content and after the last approval stage the content is made available online. In addition, the document workflow is organised so that the newly added content is automatically categorised, annotated and translated.

Web design companies, Web hosting companies offering website creation


  • An organisation does not have a website and commissions a web design company to build one;
  • After authentication, a team member of the web design company chooses several predefined content item types (e.g. publications, news, events), decides on a visualisation theme (e.g. styles, logo, page layout), and selects desired functionality for the website;
  • In less than an hour the organisation can preview the website and give feedback to the web design company;
  • Then the team member implements the feedback and publishes the website on the host server.


The web design company makes fast prototyping and implements updates in the websites easily.