Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) January 12, 2006
Enomaly announced today that Reuven Cohen, Co-founder & Chief Technologist, Enomaly Inc., will co-present a case study alongside Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center at the upcoming Content Week 2006 conference at the Venetian in Las Vegas, NV February 1, 2006. The workshop is entitled “Benefits and Cost Savings of Migrating to a Scalable Open Source Content Management System.”
In today’s business environment, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has quickly become a critical component in any successful organization’s technology strategy. With the multitude of ECMs available, the vast array of technologies used to build them, and the option of choosing between open- or closed-source systems, it is difficult to select an ECM that makes sound business sense. Features, cost, usability, and support will all play a role in choosing the system that suits your organization. Cohen’s workshop is intended to help organizations considering using open source technologies to make an informed decision that helps achieve your business goals.
Cohen’s career spans more then 10 years and 400 leading website and enterprise web implementations. He has guided Toronto-based Enomaly to a successful open-source enterprise consulting firm with clients in North America, Europe, South Africa, and Asia.
Enomaly is a leader in open-source consulting and has developed more then 100 open-source installations for current and past clients including the Dana-Farber / Harvard Cancer Center, Deutsche Bank, Oppenheimer Mutual Funds, IQ Financial, Subaru, 20th Century Fox, Business For Social Responsibility (BSR), Pier 21 National Historic Site and Red 7 Media.
The ARMA estimates show that in today’s business world more than 90% of the documents being created are electronic. Recent legislation, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, has increased pressure on both private and public sector organizations to maintain easy access to their information. Now more than ever companies are looking to Enterprise Content Management not only to protect against legal inquiries, but also to streamline workflow, increase efficiency of business processes and produce substantial cost savings!
IQPC’s inaugural national conference on Enterprise Content Management was designed for those seeking innovative and practical solutions to corporate information management, electronic records management and workflow tools. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn from and benchmark against industry leaders, who have successfully developed an ECM business case, selected the appropriate software vendor, implemented an effective ECM system, and managed the transition process.
Cohen’s workshop will be co-presented with the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center’s (DF/HCC) web architect, Keith Morrison. The Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center is the largest comprehensive cancer center in the world. It is funded by a grant from the National Cancer Institute, aligned with seven renowned Harvard-affiliated medical centers into one collective force dedicated to the fight against cancer. Based in Boston, DF/HCC consists of more than 875 researchers with a singular goal to find new and innovative ways to combat cancer.
Reuven Cohen and Enomaly worked closely with the DF/HCC to implement an open source Content Management System (Typo3) that would enable content providers to publish and update their own content. The various constituencies had unique requirements for information as well as varying abilities to update content and therefore the areas of security, content access levels, editorial guidelines and other workflow capabilities were critical to the site design and architecture. Cohen and Morrison will discuss the technical and business reasons for selecting an open source content management system.
For more information on IQPC’s Content Week 2006 Conference or Reuven Cohen’s Workshop, please visit: http://www.enomaly.com/contentweek_conf.html
About Enomaly, Open Source Consultants
A wide range of successful companies rely on Enomaly's open-source consulting experience to increase productivity, improve operational efficiency and reduce risk. Enomaly works closely with medium sized enterprises to plan, prepare, and coordinate achievable client-specific web management and open source strategies. These tools effectively allow enterprises to be more efficient and operate more successfully.
Enomaly offers a wide range of strategic advisory services including business application development, information & content management, and open-source migration support.
Enomaly provides consulting services on leading open source platforms including Zope, Plone, Typo3, Ruby on Rails, OpenCMS, MYSQL, Suse, Redhat, Apache Jetspeed and Jboss.
To learn more about Enomaly, visit http://www.enomaly.com
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