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In previous editions of SharePoint, its Web Content & Experience Management (WCXM) services never proved as functional, elegant, or cost-effective as what you'd find in most of the other .NET-based players like Sitecore, EPiServer, Kentico, Telerik, or Ektron -- let alone non-.NET solutions.
With Microsoft's latest SharePoint release, it's time to take another close look at its updated WCXM capabilities. SharePoint 2013 has overcome some traditional weaknesses around content contribution and reuse, but what about marketing and experience management? Is SharePoint finally more customer-friendly than integrator-friendly?
Join The Real Story Group for this fast-paced assessment of SharePoint 2013's WCXM capabilities.