CrownPeak Technology

Excerpt from the CrownPeak Technology: evaluation:

"Customers claim that publishing in CrownPeak works in "mysterious" ways. Spend time exploring these aspects, particularly incremental publishing, publishing performance (and its impact on editing activities), and behavior when content is updated or deleted. ..."

(P. 602 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )

CrownPeak DXM

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