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Perficient ECM Practice offers SEO

Perficient is proud to announce a new online marketing strategy that is capable of incorporating Organic SEO PPC Analytics Link Building, and Social Media into client sites. This new framework  is flexible to support online marking across any platform or hybrid environment while still staying focused on the individual needs of a customer. For details […]

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Perficient partners with FatWire Software

Today, we’re announcing that we’ve partnered with FatWire Software, a leading provider of Web Experience Management (WEM) solutions. We’re always trying to help our customers gain a better ROI from their web content management (“WCM”) initiatives by providing strategic WCM planning, design, implementation and migration consulting services through the use of our web content migration […]

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IBM’s ECM Regional UserNet Conference in Boston

Tomorrow, Perficient’s ECM team will be at the Boston IBM UserNet Conference where we’ll be presenting our smarter solutions for case management and enterprise governance and risk compliance. Amy Shavor from Perficient is speaking about Consumer Privacy Laws- What is IT’s Responsibility at 1pm at the IBM Boston UserNet Conference at 1pm. Register to Attend […]

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The weakest link within ECM Solutions

The success of an Enterprise Content Management System really depends on user adoption. What is the most important aspect of user adoption…in my opinion it is the ability to find the content they are looking for. If you can’t find the information why bother capturing the content and indexing it.  When I look at most […]

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Do Search and Tag Clouds Replace the Need for a Taxonomy

There has been a lot of discussion on our ECM and Portal Blogs concerning the need for a formal Taxonomy.  I guess I am a traditionalist and still see the need for a taxonomy.  A Taxonomy can address two aspects of finding information; Using content/ asset types and  metadata to find information with the highest accuracy.  […]

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In the future will there be a taxonomy?

Today I attended an AIIM meeting and was listening to AIIM’s President, John Mancini, talk about the future of ECM. He brought up a great point, the next generation will not see the need for the formal taxonomies we are building today. The more I thought about this, the more I agreed with his statement. […]

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Creating an information management strategy, an AIIM seminar on ECM

Next week, Perficient will be participating in a free, one-day seminar in Houston hosted by AIIM. The seminar is focused on infrastructure and platform options and discussion of Sharepoint deployments. We’ll have a Google Search Appliance box available to demonstrate its benefits and uses for the Enterprise. Come out and see us: March 25, 2010 […]

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How XML and collaboration promote “green” content management

Green approach and reusability. As the days go on, the general public seems to become more and more concerned with being “green.” Especially because in many cases being green means saving some money. And the best part is that creativity has been put to work, and many brilliant ideas about energy (and money) savings have […]

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Q and A with Chad Johnson about Google’s enterprise search solutions

This Thursday, Chad Johnson of Perficient and Nathan Rader, Regional Manager for Google Enterprise products, will meet in St. Louis, MO for a breakfast with IT professionals and business owners to discuss “Realizing Greater Return on Information with Google Search Appliance.” I spoke with Chad about how the GSA can benefit any organization and about […]

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