As you might expect the list shows a great diversity in systems deployed, but also suggests some aging platforms. What to make of it?
They have each innovated in their own way and built up channel networks, but also have benefited heavily from Microsoft's abdication of this space. Yet, there's one glaring weakness that limits them among the larger enterprise customers they all covet.
If you simply make a feature matrix, nearly all of these players will check nearly all the boxes: segmentation, content repurposing, microsite management, campaigns, marketing platform integration, and so on.
When you start looking deeper, some significant differences emerge.
It's a splash because Progress had previously been downsizing by selling off various business software pieces, and also because they paid a goodly amount (US $262m) for Telerik
In version 21.2 of our Web Content and Experience Management (WCXM) evaluation report, weâ€™ve updated evaluations of Alfresco, Hippo, Enonic, and Sitefinity. Hereâ€™s a quick rundown of whatâ€™s happening with these vendors and their Web CMS products:
This month's update to our Web CMS Report evaluations offers the latest critiques of nine web content management vendors:
This week we updated a slew of Web Content Management vendor evaluations. Over the past two quarters we've touched every vendor review in one way or another, so this latest update officially represents
At CMS Watch we evaluate an awful lot of products, and making sense of all this research can be a challenge.
The Web CMS Report 2009 is bigger, better, and dare I say, badder than the fourteen previous editions