Bedford, Nova Scotia (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
EverAge Consulting Inc., a content management specialist group, has released 50 questions every business should ask before implementing a web content management (WCM) solution. EverAge Consulting has the experience and expertise to implement solutions for any size organization. EverAge Consulting has worked with previous clients in the commercial, entertainment, financial, government and non-profit sectors.
WCM systems are predominately designed for management of content destined for the Internet. WCM systems are designed to remove the bottleneck of the HTML developer and to get content out to the Internet, quickly and effectively. WCM systems were brought in to help alleviate the continued dependence on HTML developers to update content to meet the ongoing challenge of ever changing information.
WCM systems also have a secondary purpose as an establishment of online governance, and to ensure content was structure and standardized. From an end user perspective, the standardization piece of WCM systems is of significant importance.
Andrew Wilcox, EverAge President, describes how WCM can be categorized. He says, "We have broken down WCM into eight key categories: access control, workflow, release management, content entry, content display, translation, reporting and site management."
Wilcox continues, "Companies don't know what they don't know and don't know to ask for something if they don't know it exists. We sit down with clients and run through a series of questions to ensure they know what is available in the market and what kind of solutions await them."
EverAge approaches each client with the same goal of discovering the ultimate solutions to their WCM needs. Their approach involves questions such as:
EverAge Consulting invites any size business looking for WCM solutions to visit their video blog that provides an in depth look at the 50 questions that should be considered before considering and implementing a content management solution.
About EverAge Consulting:
Since it inception in 2001, EverAge has witnessed an explosion in the variety of information management needs. EverAge focuses on 4 distinct practices within the umbrella of information management: Component Content Management (CCM), Web Content Management (WCM), Document Management (DM), and Mobile Content Management (MCM). Each of these areas share common aspects of content management, but differ in their focus and supporting business model. In many projects, we see overlap between these areas as clients strive to solve content management issues unique to their industry and product offering. With a combined experience of over 30 years, EverAge brings senior level professionals to identify, prioritize and strategize on your concerns and needs to identify the best solution that meets both fiscal and competitive needs.