There are a variety of commons terms used when referencing CIMcloud and the CIMcloud application. These are some of the most common terms:
|A user attached to a client’s account, with access to the eCommerce Platform (note – defined as “customer” in CIMcloud 1.0 version).
|The Cart Shelf is the floating sidebar on the right side of the window that contains all the user’s shopping cart items at a glance.
|Customer Relationship Management
|Navigation Menu Search
|Search field for the entire list of navigation links within all toolbar menus. Search results are displayed as highlighted items in the menu drawer
|A simplified template integrated into the checkout process. Designed to keep customers and sales reps focused on the task by minimizing distractions. Loads following the “show cart” page.
|The link used by a worker to view the site as a Contact. (this function was accessed via the “Login” link in the CIMcloud 1.0 Web Driver).
|The slide-out menus containing links for the functions available in each Workspace. Accessed by clicking the Workspace icons on the Toolbar.
|Product Information Management
|The combined components comprising the e-commerce environment, including public-facing web pages, executable code, workspaces, database tables, ERP integration software, etc.
|The designation in CIMcloud 1.0 for the CIMcloud 2.0 “Worker.” Refers to a user (usually an employee of the platform owner) with more permissions than a Contact.
|The top-level navigation menu located on the left side of the page in CIMcloud 2.0.
|The Topbar is the header for the dashboard. It contains the logo (CIMcloud or the B2B logo depending on user role), the search box, and the cart button (for B2B users).
|Access to workspaces having application links based on the worker’s job duties. User roles are:Content WorkerCRM WorkerAdminPortalRetail
|The content management portal in CIMcloud 1.0. Replaced by Workspaces in CIMcloud version 2.0
|A user (usually an employee of the platform owner) with access to Workspaces on the Platform. CIMcloud 2.0 Workers have access to combined Web Driver and Super User functions in previous CIMcloud 1.0 versions (defined by assigned rights in CIMcloud 2.0).
|A collection of navigation links to platform applications associated with a specific user role.