Large enterprises usually run global operations. In order to have effective services, sales and marketing, they usually have many regional websites. Most often the information in these websites is 80 percent common (global) and 20 percent different (local). However, enterprises end up replicating or duplicating the 80 percent of such common information in each and every regional website.
Let's consider a scenario where an enterprise is having two websites, one for USA-based customers and the other one for UK-based customers with the pages and files as shown in the following image:
In order to make the USA website contents of the