In a single sentence, Stephen Hale's latest blog post encapsulates the sheer joy of moving from a classic old-style CMS to WordPress.
By switching out Stellent for WordPress as our primary content management tool, we changed the processes by which web content was created and published. Editors no longer needed the same in-depth knowledge of the CMS to publish content, it was possible to publish more quickly, and it was much easier for us to devolve the act of publishing. The day-long CMS training course for new editors was replaced with a 1 minute (I timed it) session showing staff how to click on “add new” and type in a box.
From what I hear, the GDS training course for those publishing on the new unified platform is going to take a _little_ longer than that.