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Plone Symposium East 2011 Keynote: Plone, A Solution not a Product

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Abstract: Looking at the market for content management systems, there are a whole slew of products out there, both proprietary and Open Source. Typically people choose a product from a vendor and then have to find a implementation company to implement it for them. With Plone the implementation company *is* the vendor. But unlike proprietary single-vendor solutions, Plone has hundreds of companies and individuals worldwide that can help you implement Plone. Sometimes we take for granted just what an amazing community we have and its diversity both geographically and in different industries. In this keynote I am going to look at Plone and its use around the world and the community that makes it so special

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Plone Symposium East 2011 Keynote: Plone, A Solution not a Product

  1. 1. Plone: A Solution not a Product Matt Hamilton Vice President, Plone Foundation Plone Symposium East 2011, Penn State
  2. 2. Wait?! I thought Plone WAS a product?
  3. 3. Plone is a Product, Not a Solution! -- Paul Everitt
  4. 4. the- software- and- the- nity Just uSolution not a omm Plone: A c Product Matt Hamilton Vice President, Plone Foundation Plone Symposium East 2011, Penn State
  5. 5. Software Relationships VendorImplementation Partner Client
  6. 6. Software Relationships VendorImplementation Partner Client
  7. 7. “We can not accommodate yourrequest to attend”
  8. 8. Software Relationships VendorImplementation Partner Client
  9. 9. Software Relationships VendorImplementation Partner Client
  10. 10. Software Relationships VendorImplementation Partner Client
  11. 11. We are Worldwide
  12. 12. We are Worldwide
  13. 13. Localized Community
  14. 14. Localized Community
  15. 15. PloneEdu
  16. 16. Types of Integration Partner• Management consultancies• System integrators• Boutiques• Vendor PSO• In-house IT organization Janus Boye: http://www.realstorygroup.com/Feature/126-Professional-Services
  17. 17. Types of Integration Partner• Management consultancies• System integrators• Boutiques• Vendor PSO• In-house IT organization Janus Boye: http://www.realstorygroup.com/Feature/126-Professional-Services
  18. 18. Types of Integration Partner• Management consultancies• System integrators• Boutiques• Vendor PSO• In-house IT organization Janus Boye: http://www.realstorygroup.com/Feature/126-Professional-Services
  19. 19. Plone’s Positionhttp://www.realstorygroup.com/vendormap/
  20. 20. The Outside viewhttp://govfresh.com/2011/03/gov-2-0-guide-to-plone/
  21. 21. Plone in Government Worldwide• Brazilian Government• Federal Bureau of Investigation• U.S. Department of Energy• European Environment Agency• City of Bern, Switzerland• National Library of Congress of Chile• United Nations• The Companies Office, New Zealand• The Department of Science and Technology, South Africa• Nordic Council
  22. 22. Ley Chile
  23. 23. Ley Chile
  24. 24. CoreDevelopment
  25. 25. CoreDevelopment Documentation
  26. 26. CoreDevelopment Documentation Add-On Development
  27. 27. CoreDevelopment Documentation Add-On Development Sprints
  28. 28. CoreDevelopment Documentation Add-On Development Sprints Branding, Marketing
  29. 29. Core Development Documentation Add-On Development SprintsConferences Branding,& Symposia Marketing
  30. 30. Core Development Documentation Add-On Developmentplone.org Sprints Conferences Branding, & Symposia Marketing
  31. 31. Core Development DocumentationTrademarks / Add-On Licensing Development plone.org Sprints Conferences Branding, & Symposia Marketing
  32. 32. Core Development Plone Foundation DocumentationTrademarks / Add-On Licensing Development plone.org Sprints Conferences Branding, & Symposia Marketing
  33. 33. Thanks! Matt Hamiltonmatth@netsight.co.uk

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