Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Jan 06, 2009
This guide offers insight into the WCM technology choices available today, discusses some of the requirements both IT and business users should consider when selecting a WCM solution, and includes advice for ensuring a successful evaluation process.
Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Aug 05, 2009
Organizations see Web content management as a pivotal solution component in driving new business value. Use this Magic Quadrant to understand the fresh vitality in the WCM market and how Gartner rates the leading vendors and their packaged products.
Building an online marketing strategy to drive campaign effectiveness and business success. This paper highlights the ingredients involved in a successful MCM strategy and introduces how the next-generation online marketing platform can help achieve your MCM goals.
This paper highlights the advances in closed-loop marketing that enable measurement and optimization of digital marketing efforts. It also describes the challenges that CMOs face when pursuing digital marketing strategies and how next-generation WCM solutions help CMOs overcome those challenges.
Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Mar 04, 2016
Start your WCM selection process by documenting your goals and desired outcomes to refine your definition of success. Then prioritize use cases according to your goals, and use this report to identify the WCM system that best matches your needs. Register today!
Web Content Management is becoming the focal point for companies who wish to deliver a truly seamless multichannel customer experience. The strategic importance of WCM is increasingly referenced in analysts' reports such as Forrester, which stress the importance for companies to move beyond using a CMS as a means to simply manage content and strategically utilise it to create digital experiences.
With that said, it is concerning that just 38% of this survey's respondents agree that their CMS facilitates a 'brand enhancing digital presence.' Download this report to learn more.
Enterprises strive for ever-greater business impact from their online presence, demanding more from Web content management than it has traditionally delivered. In this Gartner report, you'll find how well WCM vendors are responding, providing insights for buyers and those reviewing their existing applications.
One of the key objectives of Adobeís current advertising campaign is to explode the myth that Ďmanaging websites is hellí. We believe that in this day and age, the idea that website management is a nightmare should be a thing of the past.
This report reveals what is driving the convergence between eCommerce and WCM solutions and provides a framework for eBusiness professionals to use when considering the pros and cons of using these historically independent platforms together.
Read this latest Gartner report to learn key trends in the Web Content Management (WCM) market for 2012, Adobe's core strengths in the WCM space and Why Gartner rates Adobe as a market leader in web content management.
Published By: Limelight
Published Date: Jul 31, 2012
In this report you will learn how today's WCM platforms are fusing the best marketing automation practices with content management, allowing marketers to leverage content in new and innovative ways. Discover 10 of the top capabilities you should be considering for your website.
WebSphere Commerce and content management integration allows retail marketers to quickly make changes in the ecommerce platform directly from within the content management system. No coding. No dependence on IT. Find out how with e-Spirit.
Forrester Research, Inc. has named SDL a Leader in "The Forrester WaveT: Web Content Management for Online Customer Experience, Q3 2011" independent report (July 2011). According to the report, "SDL's globalization and localization functionality remains a differentiator."
This paper examines the ways in which organizations can tap into Web 2.0 interaction as part of the marketing strategy and tactics to create customer engagement by matching your visitors' passion and to figure out the "best fit" for the new opportunities that present themselves.
Organizations face many challenges when creating a constellation of global Web sites. They need to maintain brand consistency while allowing for variations that reflect local culture. Creating truly localized Web sites can be a daunting process, in which corporate and local marketing teams need to work together to provide relevant information to many different target audiences.
Online marketing needs to be coordinated and consistent with marketing communication and business objectives. To compete in today's marketplace, marketing professionals need a solution that allows them to react to changing market conditions cost effectively: coordinated marketing communication at a lower cost.
Recent evolution in the mobile applications market now offers enterprises new opportunities for reaching customers in ways never before possible. In the past 18 months, a number of independent market forces have converged to enable goods-and-services providers to market to specific customers, at specific times, at specific locations. Importantly, such targeted messaging draws on a richer-than-ever set of consumer information, including not only detailed demographics from implicit (inferred) and explicit (user-provided) profiles, but also real-time, location-based data.
A leader in WCM since circa 2006, SDL arguably produces the most functionally robust enterprise platform in the industry, with particular strengths in multi-channel marketing, globalization, translation management, and brand management. Based on a heterogeneous technical infrastructure, the product can be tricky to implement, but global, enterprise-wide deployments often require the fine-grained configurability of a such a solution. Non-technical business users (online marketers in particular) seem to adopt the product readily, and they consistently give its polished user interface high marks.
It's hard to believe, but some enterprises still use custom-coded Web content management (WCM)solutions. However, consumer demands have forced firms to shift from just managing and publishing Web sites to the daunting complexities of multichannel customer engagement, and it has becomeuntenable to build and maintain the required tools. With few exceptions, any firm with a custom-coded WCM platform should begin transitioning to a commercial or open source solution. For some firms,open source products offer the attractions of custom-coding with lesser software development and maintenance burdens.