Content management is defined as the means by which content is created, stored, accessed and reused to accomplish corporate goals.
- Organizational processes and rules (taxonomy)
- Innovative and participating users
- Appropriate technology to support the content process and workflow
An effective content management process is essential to making a site successful. Prescient develops content management plans that help define:
- The need to create content to fulfill the promise of the information architecture
- The frequency for maintaining content by their categories and who is responsible
- Policies that need to be developed
- Content management workflow recommendations
A completed content management plan allows an organization to begin developing and organizing content, processes and policies and is a strong companion to a well developed governance model.
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