Director of Global Operations, Astoria Software
Eric Kuhnen has more than 20 years of experience in product research, development and management. He was most recently responsible for competitive positioning, product marketing, and product management at Astoria Software, GoRemote (acquired by iPass), and Oracle Corporation.
Since 1990, Kuhnen has managed the launch of nine different software products across four different disciplines: on-demand, enterprise, equipment control, and government. Those products set sales records in the first years of their operation, and one was awarded 2002 Software Product of the Year by Semiconductor International magazine.
Eric presently manages global operations, product management, pre-sales and marketing for Astoria Software, a division of TransPerfect, Inc. Mr. Kuhnen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Brigham Young University.
The three classes of Component Content Management Systems (CCMS) are Class 1, Class A, and Class Green. Each has its purpose and ideal use-case. None is better or worse than the other two.
This presentation will review each of these types and provide real-world scenarios (drawn from actual CCMS RFPs) where conference attendees will choose which class of CCMS is best suited to each. Eric’s talk will help the audience understand the characteristics of each class of CCMS, and help them gain real-world experience in applying these characteristics.