Web Content Management & Accessibility

Our experts will help manage your digital content and optimize your websites in line with your digital strategy


Acuity Knowledge Partners offers comprehensive web content management services ranging from content maintenance, content publishing, web asset creation, content audits and platform migration. Our web content management specialists are proficient in industry leading enterprise Content Management Systems (CMS). We provide support on web content edits, document uploads, regulatory updates, web page builds, multi-language versioning and digital distribution of marketing collateral.

Our experts also manage internal document repositories, reusable CMS component builds, responsive CMS template creation, interactive widgets and dynamic chart creation while ensuring content complies with necessary regulations and brand guidelines. Cross browser/responsive testing, pre-publishing and post-publishing testing are key practices we incorporate in our quality assurance. Our specialists with the right domain knowledge ensure our clients have a competitive edge via diligent publishing of timely, accurate and compliant digital information.

Moreover, under our array of web content management services, our expertise has progressively expanded to include Web and Document Accessibility. We provide consultation and implementation support in incorporating accessibly provisions for websites and digital documents on par with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and USG guidelines.

Support We Offer

Support We Offer

How we are different

What we have done

Streamlining content and procedures to optimize web content and SEO for a global asset manager
What we are proud of


Accuracy rate


Faster publishing turnaround time

Redesign and content migration across 18 websites for a $300bn US manager
What we are proud of


faster publishing times


Ranked for excellence in digital communications

Support for Consulting and Corporate Firms
Fund Marketing Services for a Europe-based Asset Manager
What we are proud of


annualized cost savings


reports generated per annum

Support for Consulting and Corporate Firms
Web Content Management for a US-based Asset Manager
What we are proud of


in annualized cost savings


decrease in turnaround time


Meet our experts

Fauzaan Farook

Director, Fund Marketing Services

Fauzaan manages multiple Fund Marketing Services teams in Colombo focusing on the Digital Marketing practice. He has over 19 years of total experience in the software and capital markets industries. He currently manages the end to end delivery of all digital marketing accounts at Acuity Knowledge Partners. Prior to this, he played the role of head of PMO in Quantitative Research. Fauzaan holds a Masters in Project Management specialising in Business Administration and Bachelor of Science (hons) in Information Systems.

Fauzaan Farook

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is asset management in Web Content?

Asset management is the process of planning and controlling the acquisition, operation, maintenance, renewal, and disposal of organizational assets. This process improves the delivery potential of assets and minimizes the costs and risks involved. Adequate maintenance and proper deployment of systems, people, and processes ensure a positive enhancement of capital over the asset lifecycle.

What exactly is E-A-T?

It first became a part of the SEO lexicon when Google released its Search Quality Rater Guidelines (aka QRG) in 2015. In the document, Google makes it clear that E-A-T is one of the most important factors that the search giant looks into while evaluating the overall page quality.

Ways to improve site accessibility

  • Choose a content management system that supports accessibility
  • Use headings correctly to organize the structure of your content
  • Include proper alt text for images
  • Give your links unique and descriptive names
  • Use color with care
  • Design your forms for accessibility
  • Use tables for tabular data, not for layout
  • Ensure that all content can be accessed with the keyboard alone in a logical way
  • Use ARIA roles and landmarks (but only when necessary)
  • Make dynamic content accessible

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