Scriptorium Webcast: Ensuring success with your CCMS

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					                                 Scriptorium Webcast: Ensuring success with your CCMS


Join Scriptorium and SDL's Chip Gettinger for this complimentary webinar on successful CCM deployments!
Component content management systems (CCMS) have dramatically changed the way organizations manage and deliver content. A
CCMS, when paired with DITA content, provides return-on-investment benefits to many successful deployments. What are the key
ingredients that make up a successful deployment? How do teams identify successful adoption criteria while matching the constant
changes within their organizations? How do they gain buy-in to support such a change?

Join Chip Gettinger from SDL for his insights from eight years of working with users of successful CCM deployments using DITA as a
content model. He’ll present his findings, trends and tips for a solid adoption.

Date & Time-
February 12 2013 11:00 AM (1 hour), Eastern Standard Time (EST)


Presenters-
Chip Gettinger from SDL Language Technologies


Webinar URL
http://www.sdl.com/events/sct/webinars/ccms-scriptorium.html


About SDL
SDL enables global businesses to engage with their customers in the language, the media and at the moment they choose. We help
businesses manage their brands, drive global revenues, accelerate speed to market and enrich their customers’ experience. SDL
solutions drive global reach across multiple languages, cultures, channels and media. SDL has over 1,500 enterprise customers, 400
partners and a global infrastructure of 70 offices in 38 countries. For more information, visit www.sdl.com.


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Description: Join Chip Gettinger from SDL for his insights from eight years of working with users of successful CCM deployments using DITA as a content model. He’ll present his findings, trends and tips for a solid adoption.