Content Management Systems: An Introduction

Launching various sites on different Web content management systems provides valuable lessons for anyone wanting to build a larger and more robust Web site.

Content sites should be built on a CMS for several important reasons. A CMS will save staff time from coding pages, provide rich functionality such as search, display consistent templates that don’t confuse site visitors and make it much easier to implement changes that affect numerous pages. Continue reading “Content Management Systems: An Introduction”

Online Product Vendors a Mixed Blessing

Some online operations build everything from scratch, others buy most of what they need from vendors and naturally quite a few strike a balance between the two.

I have worked in operations with both extremes. They have left me convinced that striking a balance is the best way to go. Continue reading “Online Product Vendors a Mixed Blessing”