Excerpt from the TERMINALFOUR: evaluation:

"In general, this is a low-cost system. However, be forewarned that because of TERMINALFOUR's unusual licensing scheme (which charges based on content items in the system), customers with large sites built of highly granular content may find ..."

(P. 904 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )

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