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Content Management System Survey

Content Management System Survey

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Published by: John Melendez on May 25, 2010
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Content ManagementSystem Survey
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About The Survey2Executive Summary2Key Survey Findings3Summary6About Information Mapping, Inc.6
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About the Survey
Information Mapping conducted a Content Management System (CMS)survey in January 2005with results tabulated and analyzed in April 2005. The survey was conducted to understand howorganizations have prepared to implement CMS, the extent to which XML strategies are utilized,and the decision process for doing so.Although full demographic information on respondents is not available, the results are inclusiveof 380 complete responses from a diverse set of industries, job titles, and size of companies.
Executive Summary
The vast majority of respondents to our survey (69% of total respondents) have no plans toexecute an XML strategy.
Exhibit One: Is your company committed to an XML strategy for your CMS initiative?
The implication of these findings may have some relation to the drop off in IT spending over thepast five years while users rationalize further IT spending more closely. Specific to contentmanagement, the slow adoption of XML is likely the result of organizations that have realizedinformation is a key asset, but are struggling to find a solution that optimizes the creation andretrieval of information, is interoperable with other systems, but does not require majorcustomization.Issues that currently prevent organizations from utilizing XML to bridge the gap between theircurrent information systems and implementing an XML CMS include:
lack of an abundant pool of XML talent
immature XML and authoring tools that are geared to technologists
lack of standards, evolving standards
level of customization required, and
reduced IT budgets focused more on maintenance than buying or building new systems

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