Sitecore CMS implementation best practices | v2.0 Technical best practices for implementing Sitecore CMS in your website
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Sitecore CMS is an extensive Web Content Management (WCM) platform. It offers reduced IT expenditures, a streamlined content lifecycle, and a return of content control to the subject matter experts. The newest incarnation of Sitecore CMS version 6.0 is a mature product that incorporates standard social media components such as wikis, blogs, RSS syndication, and “email a friend” features. Based on standard .NET technologies, Sitecore offers customers a seemingly clear path to implementation. Though, like any other project implementation, there is careful planning required. And only by planning carefully are you able to execute to perfection. Every Sitecore implementation requires you to outline the basic features and then create templates and components based on these features. Oshyn has extensive experience with implementing many content management systems for various clients. This experience allows us to understand the overall business goals and consequently create meaningful, user-centric features that will help organizations achieve those goals. We understand the key decisions that must be made prior to implementation and have some valuable tips that will ensure your business and technical users continue to have a positive and productive experience with the Sitecore content management system. This is the second white paper Oshyn has created about Sitecore best practices. While our first Sitecore Best Practices white paper focuses on more general business best practices, this paper dives deeper into the more technical side of your Sitecore implementation.
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