Ektron Extends the Lower End of the CM Marketplace

  • 9-Oct-2001

CMSWatch has recently chronicled major changes in the enterprise and mid-market CM spaces. But the lower end of the CM software marketplace is evolving too. Today, Ektron announces an upgraded version of its US$3,000-12,000 CM package, rebranded as "CMS200." This version runs on MS Active Server Pages (ASP) instead of Cold Fusion, and is generally more extensible than previous versions. To squeeze marketshare from the larger departmental players, Ektron will need to prove that its offering is scalable, too...
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