Banner Solutions sought a new e-commerce platform that could overcome limitations, support individual channels and deliver an engaging user experience. After evaluating options like Adobe Experience Manager and Drupal, Banner Solutions chose Brightspot for its flexibility and seamless integration capabilities.
RealtyMogul revolutionizes real-estate investing by harnessing Brightspot's hybrid-headless flexibility
RealtyMogul, a peer-to-peer real estate investment platform, partnered with Brightspot to transform its digital platform. By leveraging Brightspot's out-of-the-box CMS features along with a custom headless solution for its real-estate investment opportunities, the company is today reaping the benefits of an agile, secure and scalable platform.
Is a headless CMS the superior content management system solution? The answer, of course, depends, but ignore the hype and get the information you need to make the most informed decision to suit your exact business needs.
CoStar: Delivering the story behind the data for the largest source of commercial real estate intelligence
To achieve its vision of being a leader in commercial real estate news, CoStar needed a platform that could support its fast-growing team of writers and editors alongside the need for sophisticated publishing workflows and the ability to integrate seamlessly with CoStar's proprietary ecosystem of data sources.
Headless commerce offers numerous benefits that enable you to improve customer engagement and grow your business. Find out here how to harness the power of headless commerce to boost your online sales, performance and brand recognition.
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.
Following its acquisition by Amazon, Whole Foods delivered on its brand promise with an engaging content-as-commerce approach built on a new API-powered headless CMS platform.
SBS: Delivering diverse digital experiences to multicultural Australian audiences with a headless CMS implementation
Leading Australian broadcaster SBS consolidated its content-management approach onto one enterprise CMS that could support flexible, multilanguage programming and drive greater publishing efficiency for its content teams.
The Los Angeles-based studio needed a content platform to support its redesigned front-end experience. With Brightspot's headless CMS, the entertainment giant can rapidly publish content to its website and dedicated microsites for its portfolio of blockbuster movies and TV shows.
Hear from two Brightspot software engineers about the CMS architectures you need to consider, some of the most essential CMS capabilities and how those capabilities map to your organization's needs.
Previously hosted on Drupal and two other platforms, Australia's multilingual public-service broadcaster, Special Broadcasting Service, is now able to deliver to its front-end head via Brightspot headless CMS.
Headless CMS offers a future-proofed framework in our evolving digital age, and the developer flexibility, personalized content capabilities and speedy content delivery offered through headless give companies a competitive edge. Here are 10 things to consider as you consider shifting to headless CMS.
While headless CMS is not a new concept in the digital space, today it’s an increasingly attractive proposition for businesses looking to move their digital transformation efforts forward in an impactful way.
To be successful, brands must provide great digital customer experiences. A headless CMS solution simplifies programming efforts by removing front- and back-end dependencies, freeing up teams to work in parallel on projects that bring quickest value to both customers and the business.
Learn about headless CMS: a modern architecture that allows digital teams to adapt to new technology and deliver content across multiple channels.
GraphQL is a query language that enables the connection of programming APIs that enable headless CMS integrations like those possible through the Brightspot CMS. For digital-media teams, GraphQL supports two of the most important factors in content development: speed and flexibility.
Take a technical deep dive on CMS architecture and the role that APIs play, including the distinction between API-only versus API-first system design.
An API-first CMS provides the advantages of headless CMS—API-only—with rich capabilities like workflow, search and content delivery. With an API-first platform, businesses have the option to use a number of pre-built integrations to save valuable development time and effort.
With today's always-on technology, a headless CMS approach offers the benefits of flexibility, speed and scalability for digital and editorial leads at media companies.
Here are five benefits developers—and, by extension, their projects—get from a headless CMS.
Modern headless content management system platforms can give you the flexibility you need to change—but there are four things to consider first.
As a technical leader, finding the right CMS for your organization will require flexibility, and that isn’t always easy for some platforms.
Discover why hybrid CMS architecture is the most flexible option for content management, and how it offers the ability to mix presentation choices.
While Mattress Firm's brick-and-mortar stores are recognizable to many Americans, the company has recognized the importance of bolstering its digital presence, as have many traditional retailers. To enhance its online footprint, Mattress Firm collaborated with Brightspot to revamp both MattressFirm.com and its blog, The Daily Doze.
Discover the pros and cons of a headless CMS with GraphQL and learn how Brightspot has developed innovative solutions to tackle four primary issues associated with it.
GraphQL is the programming language that enables flexible connection with programming APIs that support headless CMS integrations like the one offered through Brightspot.
If you're exploring changes to your content management system, then you've probably heard about the trend toward headless CMS architecture. Learn the pros and cons of a headless CMS implementation versus hybrid architecture style.
We’ve outlined the top challenges companies encounter when working with Adobe Experience Manager and how we can help you overcome them.
When the entertainment giant needed a CMS to power its dynamic front-end experience, Brightspot’s headless solution helped empower a seamless, rapid relaunch.
Today, with Brightspot as its backend, Televisa manages nine sites—eight of which are headless—from one CMS. Find out how it works.
The world of CMS has gotten very complicated. The options for CMS architectures have grown along with the numbers of vendors trying to convince you their approach is the best. To help you cut through all the clutter, we've explained the differences between the three main types of CMS platforms: coupled, decoupled, and headless, as well as the pros and cons of each of them.