Los Angeles, CA – February 19, 2013 – Oshyn Inc., an Enterprise Technology Agency with a reputation for delivering innovative business solutions and products for the web, mobile devices and emerging technology platforms, is releasing a "Web Content Management Guide for Project Managers and Project Leaders".
“This guide draws on our years of WCM implementation experience,” said Christian Burne, Oshyn Director of Services. “We know the ins and outs of implementations, what areas usually get overlooked, and what areas need more attention. We’ve put them all in this guide to make the process as easy as possible for project managers and leaders.”
The WCM Implementation Guide begins with a section on what you need to do before you start your implementation, then takes readers through the design stage, and finishes with development and beyond. This guide is perfect for project managers and leaders who are new to a WCM implementation project and those who have been doing it for some time, as it has great details and tips that usually get overlooked.
Oshyn’s WCM Implementation Guide covers:
Oshyn’s WCM Implementation Guide is available for a free download.
Oshyn is a technology services and product provider, with a reputation for delivering innovative solutions and products for the web, mobile devices and enterprise technology platforms. Oshyn is known for its expertise in implementing websites and creating products for the most popular Web Content Management Systems and platforms in the marketplace including Sitecore, EPiServer, Jahia and Drupal.
Headquartered in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, Oshyn's growing client list includes Coca-Cola, Electronic Arts, Epson Electronics, Fordham University, Lexus, Mars, the National Education Association, Sapient, Jamba Juice, California Teachers Association, Southern California Edison, and Volkswagen.
Oshyn, Inc. is an Enterprise Technology Agency that has earned a reputation for delivering innovative business solutions for the web, mobile devices and enterprise technology platforms.