In spite of the challenges of a global pandemic, Colombia's Caracol Televisión successfully replatformed onto Brightspot CMS in just four months.
Digital accessibility standards have existed since the 1990s, yet accessibility remains woefully inadequate.
Deloitte identified seven trends—purpose, agility, human connections, trust, participation, fusion and talent transformation—at the heart of its 2021 Global Marketing Trends report. Let's look at how the right content strategy and platform can inform some of these trends.
When looking to optimize the productivity and flexibility of your digital operations, keep in mind the goals you’re trying to achieve and closely assess how your choice of CMS can support it. Here, we take a side-by-side look at how Brightspot CMS compares to Sitecore.
Enabling scalability and business growth ties directly back to deploying a winning content program—after all, every business is a content business. Landing new customers and keeping existing customers engaged requires a positive customer experience, which requires quality content. Read on to learn about the content pain points impeding growth, and how your content technology needs to align to and evolve with your business goals.
Today's content management systems provide flexible, scalable, customizable capabilities that extend well beyond simply managing content. Hence the introduction of the term digital experience platform to help classify the evolution of what a modern CMS is capable of supporting.
Here are five things you can do to avoid a lengthy (and costly) replatforming project.
At Brightspot, we’re talking with customers every day about how to digitally transform their content experiences, and what they need most from their CMS solution. Here's what we're hearing about the most common challenges.
Digital content demands are increasing at an unparalleled clip. Businesses need content solutions to keep pace, but the right CMS is not a panacea—it’s one part of the solution. You need the right content strategy aligned with the right people, processes and technology to deliver truly great experiences for your customers.
We explore the differences between a DXP -- digital experience platform -- and CMS. The idea of DXP has emerged in the web content management space as a way to encapsulate the many tools, channels and services required to deliver the end-user experience, of which your traditional CMS is a core component to drive digital identity and engagement.