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  • 1. CMS Series
    Part 2 - Selecting Implementation services for CMS
  • 2. Agenda
    • Who needs CMS ?
    • 3. Choosing CMS
    • 4. CMS selection process
    • 5. Implementation steps for CMS
    • 6. Result of successful implementation
  • Who needs CMS?
    Anyone with a website that…
    • Is large
    • 7. Gets updated often
    • 8. Requires multiple contributors
    • 9. Includes dynamic content or functionality
  • Closing the deal?
  • 10. Tips for a successful CMS implementation
  • Test alternatives
  • 15. CMS vendors
  • 16. CMS selection process
  • 17.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
    Implementation steps for CMS
    • Data analysis and modeling
    • 18. Server setup
    • 19. CMS configuration and testing
    • 20. Software installation
    • 21. Training
    • 22. Technical support
    • 23. Project management
  • Result of successful CMS implementation
    • Consistent website design
    • 24. Availability of pre-packaged modules
    • 25. Empowers staff and potential customers
    • 26. Encourages communication and collaboration
    • 27. Content can easily be reused
    • 28. Content is organized and made search friendly
    • 29. Active open source community (for support)
  • Keep reading our blog for the complete CMS series
    • Part 1 – How to evaluate CMS? – (http://blog.nvish.com/evaluating-a-content-management-system)
    • 30. Part 3 - Discussion on Alfresco and Ruby on Rails - Coming Soon !
  • Thank You