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A new breed of advanced content management systems are simple and intuitive for end users, but offer a sophistication and flexibility that was simply unimaginable a few years ago. Brightspot’s latest webinar explores these changes and the massive benefits they offer organizations looking to give their audiences convenient, consistent and engaging content at pace.
Global research firm Forrester says, "Agile CMS seeks to enable collaborative, iterative approaches to content and experiences that satisfy both sides of the house." We think Brightspot has embodied all these things for over a decade long before the firm coined the term as part of its 2021 Forrester Wave evaluation of agile CMSs.
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.
A mobile CMS is critical to organizations that need accommodate content contributors, like news reporters and photojournalists, who aren't always at a desk or near a laptop. Brightspot takes this one step further with its "Email to CMS" feature, which allows contributors to file content to the CMS directly from an email client on their smartphone like Gmail or Outlook.
Don't let a legacy CMS stand in the way of your digital transformation. Brightspot works with customers’ existing logic and can be deployed to complement existing AEM, Wordpress and other legacy CMS solutions.
Content management systems are a key part of a brand's technology stack, yet it can be challenging for buyers to know how to choose the right one. Here's a primer for everything you need to get started when selecting a new CMS.
A robust enterprise content management road map is critical for businesses to seek out the right opportunities to address their unique content management challenges, as well as adapt as strategy and technology shifts.
As the need to transform digitally increases, businesses’ likely first question is, "Where do we begin?” Here are the three key things to look for in a CMS as you start on the path toward digital transformation.
Companies today are becoming increasingly borderless, meaning it's more common to need multiple sites in multiple languages to support their business. A modern CMS will ensure seamless and consistent multisite management no matter the geography, number of sites or source of original content assets.