August 2009

Michael Weiss hosted "The CMS Roundtable: Which Website Solution is Right for You?" Webinar for Network for Good on August 4, 2009.


Too often organizations are overwhelmed with technology choices and simply do not have enough information to make decisions. The purpose of this session is take a high level look at Content Management Systems and what may be the best path to take when thinking about implementing one for your organization.

In his more than a decade as CEO/partner at Imagistic, Michael Weiss understands what it takes to implement a CMS for many clients, including ACLU, Network for Good, Sir Speedy and Fuller Theological Seminary. In this information-packed, one-hour teleconference, Michael will address the questions and concerns that many clients and prospects share with him on a daily basis.

Participants can expect to learn:

Whether or not you need a Content Management System (CMS) CMS features and benefits The four types to choose from: open source, commercial installed, commercial SaaS, and custom Basic facts on featured CMS providers: Drupal, CrownPeak, PaperThin, and Ektron

About our speaker:

Michael Weiss's business development and marketing prowess has been a driving force in Imagistic's (a Web development firm) growth over the past eleven years. His knowledge, vision and ability to speak "English, not tech" have helped turn top-tier companies such as Technicolor, and California Pizza Kitchen into long-term clients.

As the Director of all sales and PR efforts, Michael's goal is to guide clients from the initial sales pitch to the eventual launch of their product. His objective is to work with a client to help them realize their vision and create a Web site that inspires, educates and engages end users.

Along with his extensive management, marketing and sales experience, Michael has a background in education and counseling. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Boston University, and earned a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Loyola-Marymount University. He is on the Advisory Boards for The Ojai Foundation and The Wildwoods Foundation.