Vasont Systems Joins Adobe to Discuss Best Practices When Researching Component Content Management Systems
Vasont Systems provides helpful hints for choosing the right component content management system in Adobe’s complimentary webinar
EMIGSVILLE, PA – November 13, 2014 – It’s important for companies who’ve thought about implementing a component content management system (CCMS) to understand the differences between the types of systems prior to starting the CCMS research process. In the upcoming webinar, “How to Choose the Right Component Content Management System for You,” Vasont Systems will provide attendees with helpful hints to narrow down their CCMS research. Adobe will be hosting the webinar on Tuesday, November 18 at 1:00 pm Eastern time. Registration for this free webinar is open at http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id=2552467&loc=en_us.
Component content management systems are revolutionizing the way technical communications are managed and written. This paradigm shift can prove to increase an organization’s profits by minimizing the time and costs associated with the editorial, translation, and publishing processes. Organizations looking to journey into a component content management strategy often struggle with how to get started. In this webinar, Suzanne Mescan of Vasont Systems will educate the audience on how to prepare an organization for a CCMS and to make the CCMS research process less overwhelming for companies.
About the Speaker
Suzanne Mescan is Vasont Systems’ Director of Marketing, with responsibility for the Company’s marketing and public relations efforts. For more than 25 years, she worked in all aspects of the information management and publishing industry, from content management to editorial and production. Suzanne has authored numerous articles about content management for industry publications and has delivered presentations for the CM Strategies/DITA North America, Intelligent Content, AIIM, and LavaCon conferences, as well as in industry-related group meetings and webinars. She was also a contributing author for the book, Virtual Collaborative Writing in the Workplace: Computer-Mediated Communication Technologies and Processes by Beth L. Hewett and Charlotte Robidoux (Eds.).