At Brightfind we take hiring seriously. Our employees must be smart, yet willing to learn more; confident, yet willing to venture outside of their comfort zones, and ambitious, yet willing to step in to help with minute tasks. They must embrace our collaborative culture while also being able to work independently. And when Brightfind meets such talent, we know we have to earn their employment.
When it comes to writing RFPs, there is a process I follow:
- Stare at a blank Word document.
- Google how to write an RFP.
- Click on a shoe ad.
- Click back to the RFP search.
- Walk to get coffee.
Before issuing an RFP for a new CMS and web design, it’s important to ask yourself these 5 questions. After quizzing yourself, it is time to get to know potential vendors. Ask about their company, processes, and relationships before making a commitment. Their answers will enable you to choose wisely.
The mere thought of an RFP for a content management system (CMS) and web design is overwhelming. Before you hit pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard, you have to do your homework. Start by asking the following questions:
Episerver’s flagship conference held in Las Vegas last week was entertaining, professional, and inspiring. However, if you attended the same conference in 2015, then you would already know that's exactly what to expect. And it’s nothing if not a learning experience, whether you’re uncovering features of the product, their strategy, or simply where we all are as an industry and a community.
Here are a few takeaways I brought back through the haze of good times and air travel.
By far the biggest and most universal concern when making any platform change for your website is, “What happens to my content?”
For developers, this question comes in a couple of distinct forms. “How do I move the content models over?” and “Where to I start?” We’re here to help answer both.
The materials and ideas reference below were presented at Episerver Ascend in Las Vegas, NV on February 28, 2017. Therefore, what you’ll find are not only code samples for how the same content can be modeled in both Ektron and Episerver, but a complete guide to building out those models (and a bit more) in Episerver.
For this article, I’ll cover first a high-level overview for how to consider your move to Episerver before getting into the specifics of the materials.
Forrester released their 2016 Forrester Wave™ report for Web Content Management Systems (WCM), bringing about some incredibly dramatic shifts in how key Brightfind content management system (CMS) partners Sitecore and Episerver are placed. This post will contain some analysis of the report as well as some opinion regarding the results of this report.
We took a look at Brightfind’s highly viewed blogs, heavily attended events, and most downloaded resources, to compile a round-up of the topics that most interested you in 2016.
Brightfind is pleased to announce Al Osifade has joined the Brightfind team as the Manager, .NET Development. Al brings with him great experience in software project management, requirement analysis and technical leadership. He has worked in the association industry since 2004.
Episerver just made its first major acquisition since merging with Ektron a year and a half ago, and it has the potential to be a game-changer for their customers. And make no mistake, in acquiring Peerius, changing the game is exactly what Episerver has set out to do.
Peerius provides intelligent, omnichannel personalization in the cloud. They use data about website visitors and behaviors along with advanced, predictive algorithms to predict what any given visitor is most likely to find interesting or engaging. This addition will fortify Episerver’s existing offering for both marketing and commerce customers by allowing each individual visitor to receive an experience that is uniquely relevant to them.