This week I had the pleasure of returning to an old haunt as I was asked to present at Gilbane Boston. I say ‘old haunt’ as I was actually completely blindsided by the fact it was not at the Westin in Copley Place – which, by my reckoning, it had been there since before Vignette..
As the holidays approach, my SKY+ hard disk (PVR/Tivo thing) is brimming with movies ready for the onset of quality time with my young family. Perhaps our viewing pleasure as I recuperated from what I anticipate to be a fine lunch could be an old movie that I think will entertain the girls – the..
Recently I’ve been seeing ‘an examination’ shall we say of the term Web Engagement Management and the acronym WEM. There is a suggestion that it’s a figment of the fervid imaginations of software vendor marketing departments possibly in collusion with certain analysts and that dreadful things should be done to it’s proponents. In addition, this..
I originally posted this on the Gilbane blog back in October 2010 when I was an analyst there – as that blog has now changed hands and many posts removed, I wanted to preserve my writing here… To support our research and analysis, Scott Liewehr and I have been working on a capability model to define..
When you say WEM, do you say Web Experience Management or Web Engagement Management? What does it mean and does it matter and what about CEM? Well, in this post I want to explore that, in direct response to a couple of things – firstly I promised in my latest post over at the Gilbane..
This blog post is inspired by an excellent conversation I had with my colleague Scott Liewehr a few days ago, about the challenges of managing multiple sites – that ended with the comment “that sounds like a great blog post”. So here we are, while the inspiration is still warm – allow me to wheel..
August has been a busy month, hence this neglected blog – but I have been unchained from my desk as I am pleased to say that my first paper for Gilbane has been published. In a departure from my normal web engagement wittering, I have the opportunity to get serious with the meaty subject of..
This article was originally published on the Gilbane Blog back in July 2010, when I was an analyst there. That blog has now changed hands and many of the posts removed I wanted to preserve this writing here… Recently I wrote an article for my blog – Taking the W out of CMS – exploring content management..
This post was originally published on the Gilbane Group blog, shortly after I started in April 2010 – that blog has now changed hands and many of the original post removed, so I wanted top preserve my writing here… Hi, I’m Ian Truscott and as you may have seen I’ve recently joined our WCM practice..