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Is it for smaller companies as well

 
rakeshBhatia
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Is Alfresco Enterprise Content Management for upcoming websites as well. Ones which are in the evolution stage where slowly content management becomes more messy and difficult to handle without a proper content management product.
 
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Hi Rakesh Bhatia,

Alfresco is for upcoming web sites as well. For all the websites which are going to evolve over a period of time, you should seriously consider the following things:

1> How easy it is to scale the functionality?

2> How simple, cheaper and seamless it is to upgrade to newer versions of the software?

3> Does it provide a strong and impressive roadmap for the CMS product so that you can leverage the features as and when available?

4> Can you get enough SUPPORT (help) when required?

Alfresco scores 100% in all above aspects.
[ February 07, 2007: Message edited by: Munwar Shariff ]
 
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