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  • Personas are a powerful way to communicate behaviors, goals, tasks and needs for your user base.

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  • 1. TYPO3
  • 2.  
  • 3. TYPO3 is not a planet in a galaxy far far away TYPO3 is not the 2 nd best CMS on this planet ( Jürgen Egeling – Chairman of the Board )
  • 4. TYPO3 The Enterprise CMS
  • 5. ben van 't ende
  • 6. Kasper Skårhøj
  • 7. The Enterprise CMS
    • TYPO3 is OpenSource, based on the General Public License (GPL), which means: TYPO3 is completely free of any licensing fees
    • 8. TYPO3 is the world‘s most used CMS with:
      • an estimated 500,000 installations
      • 9. 100,000 registered users worldwide (potential developers)
      • 10. about 5000 developers, equal number of companies, powerbase
    Facts!
  • 11. The Enterprise CMS Worldwide growth 2002 2004 2006 2009 ca. 2,000 4,000 200,000 over 500,000
  • 12. The Enterprise CMS Biggest advantages
    • Free of licensing fees
      • No license fee for system/server/middleware
      • 13. More budget for customization and support
    • Flexibility
      • Unlimited extendability
      • 14. Connection to existing IT infrastructure
      • 15. Shorter development periods
    • OpenSource
      • Safety (bugs are found/fixed much faster)
      • 16. Usually a step ahead of proprietary systems
      • 17. Enormous community of knowledge
    • Independence
      • TYPO3 can never go out of business
      • 18. Free choice of agency at any time
      • 19. No mandatory recurring fees
  • 20. The Enterprise CMS Core features
      • Stable, scalable and extendable CMS framework
      • 21. High innovation rate, demand driven development
      • 22. Intranet/extranet capabilities
      • 23. Multi-language support
      • 24. Dynamic generation of graphical menus
      • 25. Web-based image editing (cropping/scaling etc)
      • 26. Unique templating systems like TemplaVoilá
      • 27. Rich Text Editor for easy WYSIWYG editing
      • 28. Complete user permission management
      • 29. Handy „ drag & drop“ features
  • 30. The Enterprise CMS
      • Over 4,000 available extensions
      • 31. Frontend functionality like: dynamic news, advanced forms, galleries, blogging, comments etc.
      • 32. Advanced multi-language and multi-site features
      • 33. Enterprise Digital Asset Management for large amounts of files and documents
      • 34. Workspaces – Advanced Workflow
      • 35. Abstraction layer to connect to other databases
      • 36. ActiveDirectory connectivity
      • 37. Fully static publishing for maximum performance and security
      • 38. Lots of authentication schemes and services: rsa auth, openId, SSO, ldap, imap
    Enterprise features
  • 39. The Enterprise CMS Biggest Users
  • 40. The Enterprise CMS What does the press say? iX (Heise Publishing): “TYPO3 does not need to hide behind a professional CMS for several thousand or tens of thousands of Euros. All functions to create big dynamic websites are available; advanced functions are quickly integrated with little need for development expenditures, thanks to PHP. The extensive template-language is a relief for every web designer and html-developer, and every editor will happily work with the easy-to-use Front-end.“
  • 41. CONCEPT: 100.000 LICENSING: 200.000 CONCEPT: 100.000 DEVELOPMENT: 100.000 TCO: 400.000 CONCEPT: 100.000 LICENSING: 0 CONCEPT: 100.000 DEVELOPMENT: 150.000 TCO: 250.000 The Enterprise CMS Total Cost of Ownership Typical costs for a implementations of an enterprise class CMS TYPO3 CMS Proprietary CMS
  • 42. T3*?
  • 43.  
  • 44. Snowboard Tour sports, fun and socializing
  • 45. Developer Days share ideas, suggestions and/or code patches
  • 46. THE Conference learn about new and innovative ideas around TYPO3
  • 47. Dallas Conference connect with other developers from both North America and Europe
  • 48. User eXperience Week improving TYPO3's usability
  • 49. Summary What have you learned about TYPO3?
      • Stable, scalable and extendable CMS framework
      • 50. Powerbase of companies and community
      • 51. TYPO3 can never go out of business
      • 52. Our message: „Inspiring people to share”
  • 53. Questions?
  • 54. thank you! mail: [email_address] twitter: benvantende Ben van 't Ende google: benvantende
  • 55.