Blog

Content related to Why Headless CMS is the Future of Content Management

IT Support Implementation for a Large Federal Bank

The Challenge A large federal bank managing over $100 billion worth of assets realized that their employees were unable to effectively do their job because they had to sort through copious amounts of content stored across multiple repositories. Specifically, the … Continue reading »

System Migration and Enterprise Search Design Powered by Enterprise Taxonomy, Automated Tagging, and Content Governance

The Challenge Staff at a US-based investment and insurance company were spending extraneous amounts of time finding information through the organization’s search experience. Users had been instructed to interact with search in specific ways (which filters to use, how to … Continue reading »

Structuring Unstructured Content: The Power of Knowledge Graphs and Content Deconstruction

Unstructured content is ubiquitous in today’s business environment. In fact, the IDC estimates that 80% of the world’s data will be unstructured by 2025, with many organizations already at that volume. Every organization possesses libraries, shared drives, and content management … Continue reading »

Designing Content for the Apprehensive Consumer

Content consumers, regardless of their form, be they a shopper, a reader, a creative, (the list goes on), are increasingly trepidatious about the content they choose to trust. With an ever-increasing slew of web content from a range of sources … Continue reading »

Content Silos: Causes, Problems, and Solutions

Organizations are producing exponentially more content than ever before. In most businesses today, every employee is a content creator which has led to multiple, uncoordinated content management systems (CMS). Siloed systems cause content management issues such as duplication of content, … Continue reading »

The Importance of Content Governance, Part I: Enhancing Content Governance By Involving the Right People

Content Governance is more than just rule-making. It is about coordinating efforts, creating opportunities, being responsive to the surroundings, acting decisively, and moving your team towards a common objective. When we talk about Governance this way, it sounds a lot … Continue reading »