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CrownPeak CMS

CrownPeak CMS is a web content management system with customized implementation and ongoing support. It features a browser-based interface; complete systm auditing and reporting; configurable workflow and approvals; user management; multilingual capabilities; content authoring environment; document and asset versioning; WYSIWYG editor; and system developers tool kit and API.  
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CrownPeak

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CrownPeak Technology is a privately-held, Los Angeles, California-based (US) provider of web content manager and site search software as an on-demand service. They currently manage more than 300 web sites for clients such as Hyundai Motors, Trek Bikes, Crain Communications, Reed Publishing, Honeywell, The Office of the US Trade Representative, the University of Southern California, and the State of Virginia. CrownPeak has been named to eContent's 100 most influential companies list, has been rated "Excellent" by InfoWorld's review panel, won eWeek;'s Analyst Choice Award, is on ASP.com's list of Top 20 ASPs Worldwide, and is a 2003 and 2004 SIIA Code Award finalist as Best Content Management Solution.
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Web Publishing Is Quietly Succeeding

If your web site is poorly designed, your sales force will have a hard time selling it. As in any business venture, the keys to online success involve attention to quality and setting clear goals. Would it surprise you to find out that successful Web publishing has everything to do with business focus, not technology issues? Not sure where to start? Read about key concepts that can transform your company’s online activities.
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Intranet Best Practices

Intranets must be personalized for individual users and will manage themselves if a Web content management system (CMS) is installed. Right? In fact, these are two common and long-standing myths about intranets. One of the main objectives of a knowledge-sharing intranet is to be the authoritative source for up-to-date, company-wide content. Debunk other intranet myths and learn how simple can equal successful.
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A Pocket Guide for Financial Services

You've made the effort and created a great brand—but how do you ensure it stays intact as you diversify across multiple marketing channels, and product and service lines? Combining Web operations into an integrated marketing tool for acquisition, retention, and cross-sell can provide your company with many benefits. Learn how with 7 tips for centralizing your Web management strategy with a content management system (CMS).
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Understanding CMS Security: An In-depth Third-party Evaluation

Do you know what you need in a hosted content management system (CMS)? Have you pinpointed the security features and characteristics that are essential to compliance with internal and external policies, and industry best practices? Find out how a hosted CMS can take care of everything from user management to Web browser, Web server, database, and application security—and let you focus on your own business and content development.
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Risk in Content Management Implementations: Examining Software Services

Every decision you make factors some kind of risk. When making the decision to implement a content management system (CMS), it’s important to be aware of all possible potential risks—and how to prepare for them. How high is your risk of data loss? What can you do to mitigate the risk of security breach? And which is riskier for your company, a hosted or an installed CMS? Learn more about these and other risks.
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How to Cook Up Some Marketing Mashups for Your Web Site

The prevalence of Web 2.0 demonstrates that integrating the technology used to manage Web sites is becoming easier. A similar mashup of methods for Web site marketing tools can help you measure how you communicate with customers and help deliver sales opportunities. But before you start cooking, find out how to pick the right ingredients for two simple but effective mashups for Web site subscription and content feedback.
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A Guide to Evaluating the Real Costs of an Open Source CMS

A common misconception when considering a Web content management solution (CMS) is that open source software will save you time and money. Just because you don’t have to pay subscription fees or shell out for licensing doesn’t mean there aren’t hidden costs with open source implementation. Find out the questions you should ask before choosing open source—and how to best evaluate and compare your CMS options.
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Taking the “Geek” out of Your Web Site Management Strategy

The evolution of interfaces to web content has changed the way companies manage their web sites. On one hand, it's easier than ever to manage digital content. But on the other, with the advent of Web 2.0, there's still a lot you need to know to maximize your web content—and your sales and customer relationships. Learn how software-as-a-service (SaaS) can play an important role in your web content management strategies.
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