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Wisconsin Kentico User Group - Using a Publishing Workflow

 
Date: Jun 26 5:30 PM - Jun 26 7:30 PM
Location: Ascedia 161 S. 1st Street, Milwaukee, WI
In this meeting, we’ll discuss the concept of using a publishing workflow. We will describe ways companies have used and can use Subject Matter Expert (SME) and departmental authorship to keep website content current and accurate throughout the organization. We’ll cover how a Content Management System (CMS) enables effective authorship while helping businesses achieve proper governance and workflow policies. We will review pros and cons to managing content through publishing workflows and offer five tips to help organizations define an effective process to manage their website or intranet.

Presenters:

Bob Sabinash, Director of Client Strategy at Ascedia

Bob has spent over 25 years in marketing communications and the digital interactive space. He guides website development initiatives for clients with focus on assessment and a deep understanding of project goals and initiatives. He has more than 16 years of experience developing websites using content management systems. Bob ensures project success by setting clear expectations and leading a strong team of Ascedians to meet and exceed client goals. Clients include Badger Meter, Joy Global, Rexnord, Zurn, STRATTEC and non-profits like Discovery World Milwaukee and United Way.  Bob has a bachelor’s degree in business management from UW-Milwaukee and was a board member of the Milwaukee Interactive Marketing Association.

Mike Janowski, Senior Application Developer at Ascedia

Mike is responsible for the back-end development of web applications and has a strong background in ASP .NET, Kentico CMS, and Sitecore CMS. At Ascedia, he has worked with clients including Alto-Shaam, Zurn, Sub-Zero and Wolf, and Schilitterbahn Waterpark and Resorts. He is recognized as a Sitecore Certified Developer, Kentico 8 Certified Developer, and a Microsoft Certified Professional (HTML5 with JS and CSS3, with more to come). Mike is a graduate of UW-Eau Claire, where he earned a bachelor's in computer science.

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