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Meaningful Measures – Meaningful Change or Meaningless Hype?

They say the only constant is change and for the most part change is a good thing. However, I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with change. I embrace the fact that it forces and challenges me to adapt which allows personal and professional growth, but I hate the disruption it causes to my […]

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5 Reasons You Should Use Watson Content Hub

IBM Watson Content Hub (WCH) is a cloud-based content management system (CMS) which allows you to manage and publish full website experiences or deliver headless content to your web and mobile experiences.  The initial product was launched in December, 2016 and in less than a year has positioned itself as a leading cloud based CMS.  […]

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IBM Launches IBM Watson Content Hub

IBM launched their new content management service, IBM Watson Content Hub, on 11/14/2016.  This new offering provides a full cloud based content as a service offering delivering headless CMS solution.  The new product has many advantages including: Easy to use content authoring interface allowing business to easily create multi-channel content. Full cloud based solution so […]

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Comprehensive Primary Care Plus – Value not Volume

On April 11, 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicare (CMS) announced an initiative called the Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC+). This initiative, which builds on CMS’s previous Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) initiative, is designed to “improve the quality of care patients receive, improve patients’ health, and spend health care dollars more wisely 1” and similar […]

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Is There a Place for "Headless CMS" in Digital Transformation?

The term “Headless CMS” has come up in the past year and it has started to generate some buzz in the industry.  “Headless CMS” is basically a concept and not a product or technology. But it has potential to help in our digital transformation efforts by making content delivery and marketing more flexible. Traditionally, content management […]

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Is There a Place for “Headless CMS” in Digital Transformation?

The term “Headless CMS” has come up in the past year and it has started to generate some buzz in the industry.  “Headless CMS” is basically a concept and not a product or technology. But it has potential to help in our digital transformation efforts by making content delivery and marketing more flexible. Traditionally, content management […]

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Engage With Patients And Physicians Through Sitecore

  Let’s face it: The web is one of the most powerful tools available to life sciences companies for connecting with patients and physicians. The more empowered patients become to act as their own advocate, the more they search the web for information. The busier physicians become, the less time they have for pharmaceutical reps, […]

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IBM Digital Experience Conf: IBM Web Content Manager Patterns

Eric Morentin and Nick Baldwin spoke about WCM Patterns that should be used in content management development in IBM Digital Experience.  Patterns of course are a “canned” way or even best practice for implementing solutions.  There are four themes of patterns they talked about: Better content / component model There are different types of content […]

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Changing Delivery and Spending of Medicaid through DSRIP

Well, folks, here’s another acronym for you to add to your healthcare dictionary…DSRIP. DSRIP, or more formally known as the Delivery System Reform Incentive Program, is a demonstration program through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) that is designed to result in achieving the triple aim: better care for individuals, better health for […]

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Sitecore Rebrands CEP and Partners with MongoDB for Analytics

This past week Sitecore made some announcements regarding their CXM platform.  First up, Sitecore is changing the name of the product from Customer Engagement Platform (CEP) to Sitecore Experience Platform.  I sat through a partner briefing about this and still don’t have a clear picture of why the name change.  But maybe this new name allows […]

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Dreamforce: Move Marketing from a Cost Center to a Profit Center

Well Dreamforce 13 was a whirlwind and I’m glad to be home.  The final session I attended was delivered by Sungard’s VP of Marketing, Christine Nurnberger.  While the title of the session  said something about Marketing Metrics and ROI, it really was about how Ms Nurnberger transformed Sungard’s marketing efforts over the last 18 months. […]

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Dreamforce: Marketing Technology Landscape

Brian Andersen (LUMA Partners) and Robin Bordoli (Marketo) gave a great presentation on the Marketing Technology Landscape.  This area is to broad to get into details in one hour, so they presented an overview of the market and then suggested the following three tactics to cope with the vast amount of change going on: Accept […]

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Dreamforce: Understanding the Power of Content

I attended a panel discussion on the power of content in your marketing efforts.  The panelist agreed that content is really important, but it is becoming clear that lots of content is more important than spectacular content.  Content like white papers or blog posts take a lot of time to put together, so you may […]

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Liferay 6.2 Features Announced

About one year ago I blogged about what Liferay was planning for it’s next portal version 6.2. At the Liferay Symposium in October, Liferay announced that 6.2 would be available later this year. I missed the symposium this year, but Brian Ruby provided the following info on CMSWire. Liferay has implemented Bootstrap for its theme, […]

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Sitecore a Strong Performer in WCM according to Forrester

Forrester Research recently released the “The Forrester WaveTM: Web Content Management For Digital Customer Experierence, Q2 2013”, which is a report where they evaluated 10 of the “most significant” WCM providers.  Forrester evaluated the providers in their current offerings, strategy and market presence.  The paper is specifically geared towards developers; however it is not so […]

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Case Study: State Government Website Migration to SharePoint

Perficient recently worked with a state government to move its existing public website to SharePoint 2010. Upgrading to a newer technology would enable the state to save financially and make technical improvements while keeping pace with its evolving business demands. The migration would also provide for the standardization of state agency websites on a single […]

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Salesforce: Can I really build a portal on the platform?

Back in 2012, Gartner included Salesforce.com in their Horizontal Portal Magic Quadrant as a Visionary.  Since that time, many people have scratched their head wondering how is a CRM system a horizontal portal?   In fact, Michael Porter recently blogged about Virgin Airline’s new employee portal built on Salesforce.  But the real story behind Salesforce […]

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A Webinar for Digital Marketers on Increasing Website Relevancy

Update: Please note the date of the webinar has changed!  Updated information is below. On April 18th, 2013 Erin Moloney, Perficient’s own Director of Digital and Social Media Marketing will be presenting a webinar about how Perficient increased our own site traffic nearly 150% by redesigning our site and building it on top of the […]

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Non-Sitecore Posts about Sitecore Topics

One of the great things about working for Perficient is being surrounded by a great deal of very experienced, knowledgeable and motivated technologists – many of whom are working in a completely different technology than I am working.  Another reason is that a good deal of these co-workers are not only willing to be open […]

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Sitecore Calendar Module Thoughts

I recently got to play around with the Sitecore Calendar Module for the first time and thought I’d share my thoughts about it here.  My first impression was pretty good, as there was clear documentation about what the module offered and I was happy to see that it specifically had the view that I was […]

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