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Windows Server Content Management System

Limited resources to facilitate quick update of site content.
  • Change process for updating the production environment was cumbersome.
  • Non-technical business users could not easily update/create portal content.
  • Content owners were not forced to adhere to template in which content was to be added.
  • Looking to the content management phase of the portal solution, Accenture wanted to be able to address the shortcomings of the current system, as well meet a new set of requirements. Some of these new requirements included providing real-time updates of content to production, reducing the time it takes to create content, providing a more useful searching facility, and providing “I want to…” functionality.

    With the hopes of addressing the shortcomings of the XML/XSLT solution, meeting release requirements, and further leveraging their investment in Microsoft technologies, Accenture decided to implement their content management release by using Microsoft Content Management Server (CMS) 2002.


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