PaperThin, a mid-market Web CMS vendor, recently announced a number of client successes in the non-profit and association marketplace. Solutions included intranet, extranet, and public web sites.
Non-profit organizations share a need for updating information on their Web sites quickly and easily, and then being able to manage the content themselves, as integrators hand-over the final solution.
PaperThin's CommonSpot CMS provides intuitive, wizards-based tools that make it easy for non-technical users to create and publish content to the Web quickly and efficiently.
PaperThin's new customers include American Association of Museums (Washington, D.C.), Association of Food & Drug Officials (York, Penn.), Endocrine Society (Chevy Chase, Md.), MPact Memphis (Memphis, Tenn.), and National Electrical Manufacturers Association (Rosslyn, Va.). These organizations join a long list of associations and non-profits that have successfully deployed CommonSpot to manage their Web sites.
PaperThin, Inc. is a privately held Massachusetts-based company. Since 1993, PaperThin has helped organizations of all sizes to significantly reduce the time and expense involved in creating, updating and managing Web content.
PaperThin’s flagship product, CommonSpot Content Server, powers Internet, intranet and extranet sites worldwide for organizations of all sizes, including the AFL-CIO, Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority, Biogen Idec, Booz Allen Hamilton, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Gillette, Kent State University, Mayo Clinic and Turner Sports. Read about CommonSpot 4.0
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