created on Apr 20, 2015
In which business field do you operate?
Are you for-profit or non-profit?
How many people are in your organization?
Will you be selling goods or services online?
Will your website target businesses or individuals?
What is the basic income level of your audience?
Will site visitors be looking to make a purchase, learn something, or interact?
Evaluate typical visitor age, gender, race, ethnicity, and geographic location.
What do your visitors expect from a website?
How does your audience prefer to communicate?
Who will build and maintain your content management system website?
How many departments will make content updates?
How much training will staff require to administer the CMS?
Will upper management access administrative functions?
How much can you spend?
When do you need to start and complete your website implementation?
What functionality do you need from your website?
How much employee time can you devote to a CMS project?
How much do the software and associated licenses cost?
Is the CMS hosted, or will you need servers and IT staff?
Does the CMS work on tablets and smart phones?
Is the CMS source code available?
What organizations are currently using the CMS?
Does the software vendor provide a forum or mailing list for customer interaction?
How does the vendor help resolve customer problems?
What options exist for helping staff learn your CMS?
Can you limit access to certain parts of the content management system?
Can you add administrative users without incurring additional costs?
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