Oshyn's CMS Selection Guide gives readers the tools they need to be confident with their platform choice
Los Angeles, CA – May 13, 2014 – Oshyn Inc (www.oshyn.com), an enterprise technology agency known for its innovative digital solutions, creates new ‘CMS Selection Guide’ to help companies choose their new content management system (CMS).
“Selecting the right CMS is one of the most important aspects of a web development project,” said Christian Burne, VP of Services at Oshyn. “We've seen what selecting the wrong CMS can do. It leads to wasted time, resources, and a frustrated team that is stuck with the wrong tool for years.”
Oshyn's expertise in the CMS selection process stems from years of experience helping clients select the best CMS for their business and website goals. Oshyn's' CMS Selection Guide takes readers through the process of selecting a new platform: from resources to use when researching the marketplace, to CMS capabilities to take into account when selecting as well as the criteria used to narrow down choices.
“We take our clients through the same steps that our outlined in this guide,” said Burne. “For those who are just going through the process the first time or who need a refresher on what goes into selection, this guide is a must.”
Oshyn's CMS Selection Guide is available for free.
Oshyn is a technology services and product provider, with a reputation for delivering innovative solutions and products for the web, mobile devices and enterprise technology platforms. Oshyn is known for its expertise in implementing websites and creating products for the most popular Web Content Management Systems and platforms in the marketplace including Sitecore, EPiServer, Drupal, and Jahia.
Headquartered in Long Beach, CA, Oshyn's growing client list includes: Volkswagen, Best Buy / Geek Squad, Coca-Cola, Electronic Arts, Epson, WWE, Amazon, USC Annenberg School of Business, Lonza, Ecolab, Dole, Snackworks, Aetna, Lexus, Mars, Miramax, National Education Association, Kellogg Company, and Southern California Edison.