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WCM

(Web Content Management) The management of content for a website. It is enterprise content management (ECM) with a focus on Web publishing and deployment. See WCMS and ECM.
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In view of Taiwan's contributions to international society, WCM passed a resolution Wednesday at their annual collaboration conference, voicing support for Taiwan's meaningful participation in the WHO and its annual conference the World Health Assembly (WHA), as well as other international organizations, including INTERPOL, UNFCCC, and ICAO, as reported by Central News Agency.
There are numerous factors which participate in enterprise profitability, but among all working capital management (hereafter WCM) is a unique.
Section two reviews the literature on the imperatives of efficient WCM and the empirical evidences on WCM and firm profitability.
WCM Health Check covers the four main areas of existing WCM implementations: customer experience, marketing effectiveness and mobile readiness, along with usability and consumability.
Value of simplified Content Editing within a WCM system
The WCM 4.1 architecture has migrated to the REST protocol as "the best way to ensure seamless and highly scalable interoperability between Web-based applications," Nstein CTO Jean-Michel Texier said in a statement, citing mash-ups done with Facebook or Google as examples.
The new version of the WCM solution is built on the FileNet P8 platform and enables non-technical business users to design, create, review, manage and publish web content.
Two genes conferring resistance to WCM have been named, Cmc1 transferred to wheat chromosome 6D from Aegilops tauschii (Coss.).