Open Text - Web Site Management

Date: December 22, 2010
Pages: 13
Price:
US$ 995.00
Publisher: Ovum
Report type: Brief Review
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF)
ID: O562AF120EBEN
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Open Text - Web Site Management
Introduction

The ever-changing nature of today’s business requirements means that website managers are always under pressure to deliver new content and website functionality. As a result, common editorial and administration tasks must be highly optimized, super efficient, and widely delegated.

Features and benefits
  • Examines how organizations can effectively and efficiently manage and deliver information to web, mobile, and other media channels.
  • Analyses the features and functions of Open Text Web Site Management and considers its web content management capabilities.
  • Considers which business scenarios and IT envirnmnets represent a "good fit" for Open Text Web Site Management and evaluates the vendor's strategy.
Highlights

Open Text Web Site Management is suited to organizations of all sizes; especially those that are seeking to extend and enrich their web presence. The modular nature of this offering means that it can be implemented quickly and in a cost-effective manner that is commensurate with the business value it delivers.The creation of eye-catching and engaging websites can be time consuming and expensive, and so resource-constrained organizations will welcome Web Site Management’s ease-of-use and page editing capabilities.Open Text’s acquisition of Vignette in 2009 rounded-out the company’s enterprise content management portfolio very nicely, but also presents areas of overlap within the vendor's web content management portfolio.

Your key questions answered
  • Examines the capabilities and business bennefits of web content management and web site management tools.
  • Provides a solution overview of Open Text Web Site Management and analyses the product's capabilities and functionality.
  • Examines Open Text's go-to-market strategy following the acquisition of Vignette in 2009, and considers the vendor's product roadmap.
SUMMARY

Catalyst
Key findings
Ovum view
  Recommendations

FUNCTIONALITY

Solution overview
Solution analysis
  Architecture
  Maturity
  Scalability
  Enterprise fit

PRODUCT STRATEGY

Market opportunity
Go to market strategy

IMPLEMENTATION

Deployment examples
  Braun
  Thomas Cook
  Bank of New York

APPENDIX

Methodology
Author
Ovum Consulting
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