Understanding the differences between a content hub and traditional CMS
The fast- and ever-evolving digital landscape has created a shift in the role of a traditional content management system and the role it plays within an organization's tech stack.
Digital transformation efforts are no longer a "nice to have" but a "need to have"—and something that can’t be delayed. This necessity for digital progress was propelled even further during and following the COVID-19 pandemic, as we saw consumer and customer demands shift, causing organizations to pivot (rapidly) as well.
With investments increasing to keep pace with digital priorities, download this white paper to learn more about:
- The benefits of a modern CMS
- Today’s evolving business challenges and their impact on content management
- How a CMS needs to extend beyond content as a data and integrations hub
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To determine how much you’ll pay for a CMS, start by understanding the options and determining what you need the content platform and tools to do for you. Here's a breakdown of some of the factors you'll need to consider when looking at overall costs for your CMS.
Here are seven things to note about finding the CMS solution that is right for your business and its web content management needs.
Know what problems you are trying to solve before deciding if a headless or decoupled CMS is the answer
A combination of poor marketing and user confusion has created a CMS market where buyers aren’t always getting what’s right for them. With advice from Forrester Research analyst Joe Cicman, learn here how to select the best CMS for your business needs.