Stanford Medicine Chooses New Web Content Management Platform to Achieve No. 1 Priority: Self-Service Content Creation for Non-Technical Users

September 30, 2015

// By Jane Weber Brubaker //

When Stanford Medicine decided it was time to replace its legacy platform, Dreamweaver, and look for a new enterprise Web content management platform, the number-one priority was ease of use by content authors. The Stanford Medicine Web presence consists of more than 200,000 pages; 825 websites; and 500 content authors. “Our vision for a target state is to ultimately have the ability to allow publishers to publish easily, without any code, any software, or any IT in the way,” said Mark Trenchard, Director of Digital Experience at Stanford Medicine at Adobe Summit 2014.

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