Revamped version 22 of Web Content and Experience Management research released

  • 30-Oct-2013

I am pleased to announce we have reached another major milestone in our Web Content and Experience Management (WCXM) research stream, as we release a major update in version 22 of our critical Web CMS vendor evaluations.

You'll find many changes and additions to this release; I'll highlight just a few:

  • We are now rating all Web CMS vendors on “cloudability.” By “cloudability” we mean to what extent can a particular solution get deployed in a cloud, by you, the vendor, or a third party. It’s actually not a simple question to answer, but nevertheless, as enterprises seek to decrease infrastructure spending and free up IT resources, cloud has risen to the forefront of many agendas.
     
  • We’ve updated all of the explanatory chapters, including CMS Dissected, Regional and Niche Players, Advice, Pitfalls, and Best Practices; Content, Experience, Management, and Systems; and many others. There’s a lot of great fresh info here if you’re looking to educate yourself on the marketplace or prepare for a CMS selection project.
     
  • We’ve updated our vendor chapters for Adobe Experience Manager, Sitecore CMS, and SDL Tridion. Subscribers can download them individually, or as part of the entire research report.

If you are an RSG subscriber and have any questions about this updated research, please do not hesitate to reach out to us and schedule an advisory call.
 

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