rebirth_studios — 2010-11-18T17:51:30-05:00 — #1
I'm currently doing research to transition a corporate website that features 10,000 static pages and needs to be converted to a dynamic CMS. My basic instructions are to purchase a solid system which is easy to use.
I have spoken with and demo'd a number of paid vendors. I'd like to solicit some feedback on these.
Has anyone here had personal experience with any of the following?
- Autonomy (Interwoven)
- Open Text (Vignette)
What is your general opinion and what was the transition like to adopt that system?
ralphm — 2010-11-18T17:54:59-05:00 — #2
Have you checked out ExpressionEngine? It can handle quite large sites and is very easy to use. (Maybe you are looking for something altogether bigger, but I thought I'd mention this one, as it's worth a look. It's been used to run some pretty enormous sites.)
rebirth_studios — 2010-11-19T10:53:42-05:00 — #3
Yes, I did check it out, but I think we're looking for more out of the box upfront and I'm fitting the CMS to a .NET shop, so this would be a harder sell.