Whether you’ve selected a content management system (CMS) for your web site or need help deciding which CMS is right for you, we can help.
Benefits of Content Management
Content management facilitates the creation, publication, and maintenance of content by separating the text information from design and layout. A simple user interface much like a word processing application makes it easy for anyone with basic computer skills to post and change web content. Most content management systems include workflow mechanisms, to help ensure that all content is edited and approved before it goes live on the web.
Involving more people in posting and maintaining web content means that your organization can do a better job of updating and adding web content quickly—and it eliminates the production bottlenecks that occur when only one or two people can post content. Frequent updates and additions to content can help make your site a more dynamic and valuable information source for web users, a more effective communications vehicle for your company, and a more visible presence to search engines.
Content Management Consulting
We have experience with open-source, low-cost, mid-tier, and enterprise-level content management and knowledge management systems used for web sites and intranets. These include Convio, Drupal, Ektron, Kentico, SharePoint, SiteCore, and WordPress.
We can help you answer the following questions:
- Is content management right for you?
- Which CMS might be best for your particular needs?
- How can you plan for the move to a new CMS and put in place processes that will help you maintain your new site for years to come?
We can also help you evaluate systems and vendors, write a request for proposal (RFP) for a new system, and help determine technical requirements and plan integration with existing systems, such as a member or customer database.
Contact us for more information.