According to Aptinet, Choosing the Correct Web Content Management System (WCMS) is About Marrying Business Requirements with the Right Software and Support

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It is critical that those in the market for a new Web Content Management System know the pros and cons of each type of WCMS category and are aware that every full-featured WCMS will require a configuration and implementation period, regardless of whether an open-source or licensed solution is selected. Aptinet’s new WAVES2 Web Content Management System offers an affordable, well-supported option in the enterprise-level market.

WAVES2 is the web conent management solution (WCM) and CMS for mid-size businesses.

WAVES2, the Web Content Management solution for mid-size businesses

WAVES2 offers an affordable and fully supported Web Content Management System for supporting the on-line presence objectives.

In today’s market, companies seeking a Web Content Management System (WCMS) are presented with an abundance of choices. While there are wide ranges in terms of software delivery and complexity, there are certain basic considerations that fuel both the search for a WCMS and the selection of a particular system.

Most would agree that the manual management of a deep web presence is extremely unwieldy and expensive. Content management is a fluid concept, which aligns it more accurately with business processes than business products. There is no one-size-fits-all solution, as every WCMS offering requires the following before it can successfully live and breathe within a business or organization:

  •     Configuration
  •     Implementation
  •     Launch & User Adoption
  •     Administration & Management
  •     Support & Maintenance
  •     Upgrades & Enhancements

These steps apply to open-source models, licensed installations, SaaS, and custom solutions alike. With that in mind, choosing the correct WCMS is about understanding business requirements and coupling that knowledge with both a system and vendor that meets those ongoing needs. It is essential to select a flexible, intuitive, and relevant framework. It is also essential to have helpful and capable people on the other end of the phone. WAVES2 is a web content management system from Manhattan-based Aptinet Inc. that provides these qualities in an approachable, affordable manner.

One-of-a-kind business processes can be replicated in WAVES2 and rolled out in a matter of weeks, not months. Instead of being pushed out of the enterprise market by price tags and timelines, WAVES2 allows clients to implement a full-featured and fully scalable WCMS in a far more cost-effective and timely manner. Many are wary of the open-source market due to implementation factors and the unknown. Every WAVES2 implementation comes with reliable account staff who guide clients through a well-defined process (while letting client technical teams take full control of the code itself).

With a unique set of innovative and powerful content management tools, WAVES2 provides a wealth of control. Marketing and management professionals easily manage staff, content, and electronic assets with no technical experience. For those with a very modest technical background, website suites and their full infrastructures come alive within the system. For the technically minded, custom applications can be developed and delivered in short order.

For those currently experiencing frustration or limitations with their existing WCMS, Aptinet recommends a review to identify whether the firm has outgrown the existing system, requires more than the existing system can provide or could benefit from implementing a fully featured and affordable new system to assist management and the marketing team with achieving online objectives.

Aptinet Inc. has locations in midtown Manhattan and Boston, and offers both in-person and online demonstrations of the WAVES2 WCMS for your staff or CMS consultants. For more information call 917-408-6381 or 212-725-7255, send email to info (at) waves2.com, or visit http://www.waves2.com.

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