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- Why utilizing a content hub is at the heart of successful digital transformation
- Why an integration-ready, extensible architecture is key
- The benefits of a decoupled or headless solution to build digital experiences fast
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.
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.
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.
Speed, flexibility and efficiency: for any business looking to start or continue their digital transformation journey this half, these three capabilities are a must.
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.
Companies are doubling down on digital transformation to remain competitive as we approach a post-pandemic world. Reasons for investing in digital transformation include enabling faster innovation, needing to modernize and becoming more resilient.
Migrating to a new CMS platform can be stressful and challenging. Here are the questions to ask to make sure your CMS migration goes smoothly and successfully.
Digital transformation generally means one of two things: your technology needs to catch up with the business, or the technology wants to (or needs to) lead the business. Learn here how to ensure your organization is ready for these challenges.
Organizations of all sizes can experience various challenges when journeying to the cloud without proper cloud-management tools as well as insight into how resources are being used (or not used) across the business. Brightspot Ops Desk was designed to help.
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.
Over the past few years, technology has evolved to become more intuitive, streamlined and flexible to support ever-changing business needs. Today, content management solutions are growing alongside these shifts in consumer and user behavior to support digital-first content businesses in transforming for the future.