Squiz IUC 2010 - M2 Telco - My Source Matrix Multi Brand Business

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Squiz IUC 2010 - M2 Telco - My Source Matrix Multi Brand Business

  1. 1. Using MySource Matrix in a multi-brand environment Kim Wingerei, Online Manager
  2. 2. Sophisticated p Platform for Helpful Internet Editing
  3. 3. Agenda • Quick intro • Why MySource Matrix • Implementation & training • Learning the hard way (“war” stories) ( war • Multi-brand challenges • Wish-list (Sophie dreaming) • Q&A 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 3
  4. 4. M2 Telecommunications Ltd (ASX:MTU) 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 4
  5. 5. Why MySource Matrix? • Legacy technologies • Get content owners to “own” content – Content control – Version control • Remove reliance on IT dept • Extendibility – SharePoint – LDAP – Web-services – Remote content • Scalable • Flexible – no templates 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 5
  6. 6. Implementation & training • Investment in training – System admin – Content owners – Development largely neglected • First site implemented within a month p • Second site took 3 months • Becoming self-reliant – Training – Development 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 6
  7. 7. Some war stories • The timing and nature of the training • The perils of dynamic asset-listings… • What is best practice? • Design vs. implementation demarcation • Re maps Re-maps 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 7
  8. 8. Multi-brand challenges • Asset re-use – Pages – Forms – Images • CSS re-use – Splitting CSS into manageable chunks • Design re-use re use – “Time to value” • Remote content – Interfacing with our own systems 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 8
  9. 9. Sophie dreaming • CSS classes: “where used” • Linked asset “flag” • A better remap manager • Smarter metadata • Cookie handling • Training • Documentation D t ti 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 9
  10. 10. Sophie dreaming • CSS classes: “where used” • Linked asset “flag” • A better remap manager Exclude This Asset? No • Metadata If set to 'Yes', this asset 'Y ' hi • Documentation will not list the Asset thats • Training been currently been accessed. 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 10
  11. 11. Sophie dreaming • CSS classes: “where used” • Linked asset “flag” • A better remap manager • Metadata • Documentation • Training Tip: Only use the CSS Design File if it is really required. p y g y q As it is dynamic (i.e. parsed by the system when a user requests it), it will slow down the performance of the Design. It is recommended that you create the CSS Design File as an associated file of the Design and only use the asset when necessary. 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 11
  12. 12. So far so good • Content owners • The business • The IT department • Customers 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 12
  13. 13. Looking to the future • More sites • More eCommerce • Web self service • Mobile 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 13
  14. 14. Contact details • M2 Telecommunications Ltd (ASX:MTU) • Kim Wingerei – kwingerei@m2.com.au – 0431-364-404 – @kwingerei on Twitter • www.m2.com.au • www.commander.com • www.peopletelecom.com.au • www.sctelco.com.au • www.GreenMobiles.com.au • www.SimplyMobiles.com.au www SimplyMobiles com au 10/11/2010 Squiz User Conference - Oct 2010 14

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