Content management focus for Solutions Middle East

Web content management systems are near the top of Solutions Middle East’s Gitex 2006 plans, as the company looks to build even more on its recent regional success story.

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By  Gitex Times staff Published  October 11, 2006

Web content management systems are near the top of Solutions Middle East’s Gitex 2006 plans, as the company looks to build even more on its recent regional success story. “Organisations seeking to compete in an online economy need to effectively manage, target and deliver relevant website contents to any decision makers such as employees, partners, suppliers, customers, or any party with direct or peripheral interests,” says Sheikh A. Ali, managing director of Dubai-based Solutions ME. “Website content also needs to evolve in order to be kept current and relevant to the organisation’s strategies as well as the changing needs of consumers. While most organisations realise the importance of website contents, many of them are still stuck with a web site that has not changed in form and content from the time it was created.” Solutions ME’s web content management offerings can give organisations the ability to upload new content to their website in a timely manner, without having to recode the site’s pages directly – a process that can be time-consuming, and can allow the entry of errors into a website. With web content management, not only can the website be updated more frequently, but more people within the organisation can update the various sections. This not only relieves the pressure from web designers and IT staff in a company, but also empowers more people within an organisation.

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