In recent years, companies have experienced an explosion in the amount of content that they produce. Whether it be scientific journals, technical documentation, marketing content, or consumer publications, the need to organize and publish this information has become increasingly important. Produced in a variety of formats, content needs to be published to a variety of channels. A complex, inefficient workflow slows the process down, costing your company time and money.
Therefore, it becomes important to understand the design characteristics shared by successfully implemented systems. There are many vendors that specifically build their products for portions of the content delivery system such as authoring, workflow or print composition. However, few turnkey solutions exist that will handle the demands of every project since system priorities vary greatly by company and industry. Consequently, managers face a difficult challenge when designing and implementing a large-scale system of this type for their organization.
This guide discusses the essential areas that help managers make informed decisions regarding content distribution:
- Phase-by-Phase Implementation Guide
- Overcoming Business and Technology Objections
- Implementation Risks
- Training Resources
An overview of Dakota's approach, services, expertise and what we can do for you.
Vendor evaluation is a process that assesses the performance of the vendor regarding the criteria of your company. Supply sources are selected to fit your company's needs.
Deciding whether to make the investment? Using a single source content delivery system is cost effective. By calculating your ROI with this free guide before making the expenditure, you can accurately estimate the savings and value that this investment will return.