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How do you know what style of CMS architecture is right for your business? In this webinar, our technology and product experts discuss everything you need to know about the spectrum of headless and API-first CMS solutions available today.
If you're looking to enable experimentation, create targeted and personalized campaigns or launch new capabilities outside of your main website, it's time to consider microsites.
To remain competitive in any industry, you need a CMS that won’t slow you down or hold you back. If you’re ready to move to a new platform in 2019, here’s some guidance to help you win internal approval.
Many IT and marketing leaders are fearful that a CMS transition will take months (or more), cost a fortune, and require an army of consultants. However, new platforms are making it easier and faster than ever for organizations to move to a solution that better meets their needs.
Hear why Headless is the hot new thing in CMS architecture. And while headless isn't the best fit for everyone, it should be considered if you're looking for a solution that provides maximum control, front-end flexibility, and developer freedom.
Hear how the nation's largest public broadcaster, WGBH, transformed its digital strategy with audience-first engagement using deep personalization across TV, print, radio, and web. Our featured presenter, Bob Kempf, VP of Digital at WGBH, explains how the company adopted more modern solutions to drive success.
Join the Walmart dream team as they discuss why they chose Brightspot to alleviate their most painful publishing roadblocks. Plus the evolution of content management and five reasons to replatform to a modern system. Featuring Caitlin Brown, Sr. Manager of Digital Strategy at Walmart.
An early pioneer of brand storytelling, Johnson & Johnson's Carrie Sloan, discusses how her team transformed the 130-year-old company into a storytelling powerhouse. Learn about the three obstacles to digital storytelling and how the right technology can facilitate a newsroom approach.