Is summer a good time to attend webinars and events? It must be. Besides, the content management world doesn't stop so we can sit on the beach and burn.
So agrees Siteworx, Inc., a web consulting firm. They have announced a free webinar for July 17, 2008 at 12 EST called: CMS 2.0: The Next Wave of Directions and Challenges. This webinar is designed to provide best practices and strategies for helping you make your CMS work in this Web 2.0 world.
"With all the hype surrounding Web 2.0, many companies are looking to re-evaluate their existing Web Content Management Systems (CMS)," said Tim McLaughlin, President and Founder, Siteworx. "Companies want their software to be 'Web 2.0 ready' but are struggling to reconcile their CMS with Web 2.0 realities," continued McLaughlin." This webinar goes a long way toward demystifying the principals of Web 2.0 content management and helping businesses stay competitive."
The webinar comes at the right time considering many organizations are reaching maturity for their Web CMS solutions. According to Gartner in their "MarketScope for Web Content Management 2008" report, the WCM market is very positive with many vendors offering a wider range of Web 2.0-based solutions.
Understanding how your CMS is working for you in the area of Web 2.0 -- social networking, blogs, wikis and so on -- is important to the survival of your business and the success of your website.
Attend this webinar that provides a case study approach to best practices in the following areas:
* What are the essential features for your CMS for Web 2.0
* How to assess your CMS for technical feasibility
* Learn when to cut your losses and move to a new solution
Also provided are practical steps for re-engineering workflow, reducing costs and integrating enhancements to give you the capabilities your users expect.
You can register now for the webinar, hosted by Tim McLauglin, President of Siteworx.
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