The mid 2010's saw the emergence of a new three-letter acronym: "DXP," or Digital Experience Platform. It seemed like a sexy idea at a time of disillusionment with portals and some drift in the Web CMS market. Legacy vendors needed a new moniker, and their analyst shills gave them one.
The concept never took off, and for good reason. Turns out a DXP doesn't really exist anywhere in the wild. So what's a digital leader to do?
Well, you have better, more practical, more modern alternatives. Access this fast-paced review of how you should be thinking about your DX stack today.