Website Content Management Zen
Let me count the ways. I’m stuck with a proprietary system for which I am stuck paying high-dollar consultants when changes must be made. That’s not to mention the large up-front costs that lock me into a particular vendor in the first place. My IT colleagues are stuck supporting a system for which they must hire and train developers in technology that is most likely not part of their current “stack.” And when our business grows, we’ll be stuck again because our system isn’t implemented to scale.
Road To Success
SAVE BIG & SCALE BIG
Implementing the right web content management system (CMS) for the enterprise is all about you and your needs. You might be familiar with names like Drupal, WordPress, or even Adobe Experience Manager. No matter which CMS you implement, we ensure it’s doing the right things for your business and doing the right things for your customer experience. We believe the right enterprise CMS will put money back in your business and will scale as it grows. You deserve enterprise level digital experience solutions without getting nickeled and dimed along the way. We can help.
BUILT ON TRUST & EXPERIENCE
We start by tethering the overall business strategy and the customer experience to your content management system. We take the time to understand stakeholders and real users. Our executive experience, project management chops, and regard for each unique culture fit have continually set us apart from the pack.
- When helping a Fortune 5 medical supply company with their web content management, our teams worked so cohesively that the working relationship continued beyond the original project, leading to implementation of the new CMS and integration with a $4 Billion eCommerce platform.
- After evaluating the content management needs of a $5 Billion health system, we successfully implemented a web CMS for over 10 hospitals, and over 100 sites and 30,000 pages – talk about enterprise scale.
- Impact Makers’ process is more than just digital, too. Our content management implementations in the public sector, with Virginia Department of Fire Prevention and the Virginia Department of Health, have been multi-channel, with their websites being the final manifestation.
SELECTION TO ADOPTION
Phase 1: Kickoff & Design
- Project Plan
- Research Plan
- UX Discovery
- Visual Design
Phase 2: Development & QA
- CMS development and staging environments
- CMS core framework
- Install recommended plugins
- Develop initial CMS page templates
- Integrate front-end
- Set up Google Analytics
- Quality Assurance
Phase 3: Transition & Closeout
- Content migration
- Deployment support
- Analytics dashboard
- Best practices & lessons learned
- Project closeout & next steps