Prioritizing your needs and then selecting a content management system for your organization is an involved process. It often helps to hear how others have succeeded or failed to achieve similar goals, and what partners and channels are available to help you with your implementation.
Day Software aims to address those needs with their Ignite 2009 Customer Summits. These summits -- taking place in both Zurich and Chicago this October -- are designed to bring together customers, partners and analysts to discuss their strategies and and experiences when selecting and implementing a web content management system.
A Network of Support
Day has lined-up 15 systems integrators and interactive agency partners for the Summits -- more than enough to help you understand how CQ5 CMS can resolve your content management challenges. David Nuescheler, a prolific open source evangelist and Day's CTO, will give attendees a sneak peek at the upcoming CQ5.3 Web CMS, due out in Q4 of this year.
Day's technical team will also be there, answering questions about how to best implement their software, and to discuss where they think the content management market is headed.
In addition, analyst firm Gartner will be at the Summits, providing insights into the future of content management for 2010 and how they see Day's technology fitting in.
Day's Content Management Solution
Built on their JSR-170-compliant Java Content Repository, CRX, Day's CQ5 Web CMS offers social collaboration and digital asset management integrated with web content management. The system was lauded as the InfoWorld Best Web Content Management System earlier this year.
Get your project on the right track, attend the Zurich event October 14-15 or the Chicago event October 28-29. Hop on over to Day's site for more details and event registration.