When selecting a CMS solution, it’s first wise to detail what problems your organization has currently, and how a CMS can assist. Look at it from an operational efficiency and customer experience perspective, instead of solely an IT or management perspective. If for example IT recommends a solution mainly because it’s easy to work with, be sure the CMS is full featured and will allow your team to be more efficient and offer your website visitors an amazing experience.
Perhaps your remote sales teams struggle with pulling on-demand resources to help close deals. Then you need a cloud-based CMS where documents are properly organized and accessible. The key is to have a roadmap around what the CMS can and should do for the organization in the short term, and the longer-term goals.