The CMS Game of Thrones

  • 20-Apr-2018

The Web Content & Experience Management (WCM) marketplace is complicated and fragmented, and we know that some of you would rather attend a Red Wedding than sit through a series of vendor demos.

In an effort to simplify still further, I offer you a Game of Thrones guide to WCM vendors.

GoT guide to WCM vendors.  Click to Enlarge

Why did we assign a vendor to a particular character? You can find the answers in our research report...

Or if you want to sample our assessment of Jaimie Lannister -- er, Adobe AEM -- that's the complimentary evaluation that you can download here.

Our customers say...

"This excellent research has saved weeks of work reviewing the marketplace to enable a tender to be sent out to just a handful of potential vendors in record time. Well done."

Martin Beake, ITT Consultant, 2Sys Limited, Malmesbury, UK

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