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The 863-page Web Content & Experience Management Report evaluates 36 solutions, comparing them head-to-head within each category.
Large-scale platforms typically marketed in multidimensional "suites" that span many function points, but may be less well-suited for straightforward Web CMS projects. Expect about US $200-250k+ for entry-level licensing.
Upper-range platforms occupy a moderately expanding space between departmental installations and full-blown Enterprise-tier vendors.
These offerings serve mid-market companies, or departmental projects within larger enterprises. In particular, they target scenarios requiring above-average customization — often requiring an outside consultant.
A key advantage of this class of products as a whole is that they tend to offer more pre-packaged features. Many of them actively promote “website-in-a-box” solutions that include bundled social applications, analytics, collaboration, and more.
These are smaller, albeit established vendors that come to the marketplace with packaged tools at attractive prices. However, sometimes the tools are not as feature rich or as well tested as many of their “mainstream” competitors.
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