Miami FL – 22 September 2010 – dotCMS announced today that it is the most widely adopted WCM among US healthcare providers. The count currently stands at 126 hospital, outpatient clinic and physician practice sites, and the company expects that number to triple in the next year.
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“We have been fortunate that the healthcare provider market has so quickly adopted dotCMS,” said Will Ezell, CTO of dotCMS. “Our development focus in the future is around adding revenue performance capabilities to dotCMS, giving hospital marketers and business units the tools to engage and convert prospective patients. We will be developing more capabilities within our product to focus on the needs of the healthcare provider market.”
“dotCMS has been a great partner,” said John Scudder, Director of ehc. “We selected dotCMS in part due to the system’s low reliance on application developers. And it proved true. We can implement and heavily customize dotCMS 1.9 without an application developer. That reduces our implementation time by 1/3.”
A sample listing of sites running on dotCMS:
“The speed at which the healthcare landscape changes is dizzying,” commented George Abbott, Director of Internet Strategy, HealthONE. “Without the ability of our internal teams to build new sections or add dynamic functionality quickly, we could not keep pace with the market. dotCMS allows us to quickly and efficiently develop new web-based tools for our patients, physicians, and health information seekers.”
dotCMS is an enterprise-grade, open source J2EE/Java Web Content Management System. The system allows those with moderate or no technical capability to make massive changes in a site. This allows corporations, institutions and organizations to move at a quicker pace by removing the need for application development talent within a Web Team.
Among those who run on dotCMS Enterprise Edition include Toyota, Hospital Corporation of America, Thomson Reuters, University of Texas, Aquent, State of Ohio, and the Government of Quebec.