Huntington News were using old style html editing to update and maintain their local news website. This posed problems as staff had to submit changes to a webmaster and wait for the results, creating a bottleneck that was impacting their ability to deliver timely and accurate news updates.
In trying to remove this stiffling bottleneck, Huntington News realised they needed to switch to a content management system (CMS) where staff could post their own stories and make their own changes. Yet at the same time, they didn't want to shock their readership with too much change at once. It was highly desirable to keep the appearance of the website unchanged as much as possible, despite it being a design from several years ago.
In other words, Huntington News wanted the transition from html editing to a modern web-enabled CMS to be as painless, seamless and transparent to the readers as possible. After the transition, then they would consider a site redesign.
Huntington News found ProsePoint Express and after a couple of weeks of evaluation and email discussions, they signed up and prepaid for six months. They were convinced that ProsePoint Express was the way forward.