Historically, the CMS enabled content to be formatted, assigned and delivered to the appropriate web page and website. But that was then.
Today’s modern CMS, or DXP (digital experience platform) is so much more. It powers experiences with multichannel content and customizes and enhances those experiences with data and artificial intelligence. It needs to integrate with business-critical systems and data sources. It must scale to drive growth and productivity without compromising security.
That’s why it’s essential to go through a well-planned vendor selection process and carry out the right due diligence to ensure you get the best fit for your business.
This London Research CMS Vendor Selection Guide, produced in partnership with Progress, aims to clarify the overall process and individual stages you need to go through before you choose your vendor.
Download this guide and learn about:
- Building the business case for CMS investment
- Defining internal requirements
- Building and evaluating a shortlist of vendors
- Developing a scoring matrix
Download now and learn how to structure a comprehensive CMS evaluation to help you find the right solution for your organization.