New Tool from Vasont Systems Analyzes: “Is a Component Content Management System Right for You?”

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Vasont Systems’ new tool helps organizations analyze their current content lifecycle for improvement opportunities in efficiencies and costs

Vasont Content Management System

Organizations looking for areas to improve their efficiencies often consider investing in a component content management system (CCMS) to manage their critical content assets. The challenge is often in determining if a CCMS is really the right tool to save their organization time and money in their content processes. Vasont Systems has updated their Crash Course for Content Management to include a new tool called, “Is a Component Content Management System Right for You?” This tool provides a quick and simple analyzer to help organizations make the decision about using a CCMS. The new tool is available for free on Vasont Systems’ website.

The Crash Course for Content Management is a self-guided training course for beginners, taking them through the basic nuts and bolts of content management. The course includes tutorials on what content management is and how it benefits organizations. This new analyzer tool goes one step further by allowing users to evaluate their own unique situations and conclude if a CCMS is the right fit for their organizations.

Vasont Systems, a top developer of component content management solutions, has been providing free tools for organizations to learn about component content management for more than 15 years. In addition to the popular Crash Course for Content Management, Vasont Systems’ CMS Starter Kit has been utilized thousands of times by companies that are looking for training about component content management. These resources and others are all available for free at http://www.vasont.com/resources/.

About Vasont Systems
Headquartered in Pennsylvania, Vasont Systems provides component content management software and XML data services to Fortune 1,000 companies and global organizations from a variety of industries, including manufacturing, technology, publishing, financial, and healthcare. Since 1992, Vasont Systems has helped companies organize their critical business assets, manage productivity, and disseminate information in many languages to multiple media channels while reducing their costs by an average of 63% and shortening overall cycle times by 75% on average. Vasont Systems has been named multiple times to the EContent 100 list of “best and brightest digital content companies.” For more information, visit http://www.vasont.com.

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