content management systems
By Dominic Jones on March 8, 2011
Q4 WEB SYSTEMS, a provider of website software for investor relations departments, has been quietly rolling out a new breed of corporate website that features direct integration with a variety of third-party online services to push out information to investors and other stakeholders.
By Dominic Jones on December 15, 2010
BANGO plc, a micro-cap software firm with offices in the UK and the US, is saving thousands per year by hosting its investor relations website entirely on the popular WordPress.com blogging network.
By Dominic Jones on May 12, 2008
IR Web Report’s Q&As are unpaid profiles of service providers that we believe are doing interesting and innovative work in the area of online investor relations and stakeholder communications. If you would like your firm featured in a Q&A, we invite you to contact us using our general email inbox. Firm name: zu.com communications inc. [...]
Posted in Annual Reports, Articles, Disclosure, Investor Relations, Social Media | Tagged annual report, content management systems, e-proxy, feeds, Flash, GRI, Internet, national investor relations institute, online annual reports, online communications, Online Investor Relations, Ryan Lejbak, stakeholder communications, technology, Tony Zuck
By Dominic Jones on April 27, 2007
LET’S just assume that the Alexa trends I reported earlier this week are reasonably accurate and investors are deserting cookie-cutter IR websites in droves. That might not be such a stretch given that no one has stepped forward to dispute Alexa’s numbers with their own figures. If it is true, and I personally can’t imagine [...]
Posted in Articles, Disclosure | Tagged Bloomberg, content management systems, finance, law, management, nasdaq, NIRI, PDF, printing, privacy, SEC, securities, Seeking Alpha, shareholder.com, transcripts, yahoo
By Dominic Jones on February 23, 2007
By Dominic Jones IT TAKES less than 30 seconds for anyone with a browser to set up a website and start publishing and building an audience. They have immediate access to a vast array of free tools to incorporate into their websites, from free email alerts to free video, even free stock charts and market [...]
Posted in Articles, Communications | Tagged content management systems, IE7, management, Model for Corporate Website Management, online communications, search engines, SEC, seekingalpha, shareholder.com, technology, thomson financial, transcripts, YouTube