Recently UK corporate law firm Dundas & Wilson tapped Percussion Software, purveyors of Rhythmyx, to help them rein in an increasingly off-beat document management situation. Starting with the restructure of their corporate site, they also plan to use Rhythmyx to straighten out delivery of their intranet, extranet and micro-site projects.The plethora of content was initially managed by a marketing team whose responsibilities spanned all websites, a time-consuming and overwhelming project. However, Rhythmyx enables Dundas and Wilson employees to create and manage content in a controlled space, as well as the flexibility to put that content in line with their unique business requirements. Additionally, Rhythmyx will give the enterprise an infrastructure with which to grow and change independently of its web content management system. This is because content changes can be made across channels without proprietary Rhythmyx code. Director of Strategic Projects Tom Clowes says, “By utilising Rhythmyx at D&W, our business community will be empowered to create and manage content in a timely fashion, which in turn will allow our marketing team to oversee the content management project, to act in an advisory capacity and to concentrate on further online projects.” Indeed - to ensure brand consistency and manage operations, the Dundas and Wilson marketing team will oversee proper use of Rhythmyx. Over time the firm expects to have up to 50 content contributors. Rhythmyx is an award-winning Web CMS solution known for providing a handy platform on which users can manage customer-oriented content across multiple sites, channels and lines of business. It is tailored to organizations seeking integrated support for multiple online properties combined with easy content reuse. Percussion's Managing Director of European Operations, Pete Atkinson, believes Rhythmyx's work with Dundas and Wilson is only one part of an ever-improving effort to change the way legal firms manage their reams of complex information: “Our work with DLA Piper, Allen & Overy, Osborne Clarke, Norton Rose and now Dundas & Wilson, demonstrates that we are making great progress in the legal sector which needs to easily manage and publish centrally stored content," he says. More information can be found at