Excerpt from the Sitecore: evaluation:

"With regard to digital marketing and digital engagement management (or many other functionalities that have been developed historically by Sitecore), the vendor tends to be ahead of real-life scenarios and actual needs of organizations. ..."

(P. 539 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )

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