Choosing a CMS for organizations


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Choosing a CMS for organizations

Just as I did with designers, I want to focus for a moment on the specific needs of organizations when choosing a CMS. Obviously, as I mentioned earlier, start by looking at systems that share your focus. If you're a university, look for a CMS that is either integrated with a learning management system or includes tools that allows you to build curriculums. If you're a large corporation, look for a CMS that has built-in business logic, or one that can integrate into your existing systems. Reviewing your current workflow is critical for the success of CMS implementations within organizations.

Not only will it highlight current problems, but it will also give you templates to use when comparing systems. Now, for example, if your content needs to go through an editorial and legal review before it's published, you need a system with robust groups, permissions, and notifications as part of the publishing process. You also have a better idea of the team members that are going to be...

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