Content Management System Review

About Sitecore

Sitecore is a digital marketing tool generally preferred by enterprise-level businesses who can fully optimize its capabilities and afford its licensing costs.

Website Creation With Sitecore

Sitecore accounts for a small portion of the internet, preferred by enterprise-level businesses generally from health, education, and business industries. Sitecore is under a proprietary license and annual licensing costs are significant. It's codebase is built on a .NET/API framework, and it is receptive to plugins or API's. Sitecore is supported by an internal team of developers, and provides security documentation.

Managing Your Website With Sitecore

Combining a variety of features under a single platform, Sitecore offers administrators a monolithic system experience. The benefit is, of course, ease of management, allowing administrators the ability to monitor analytics, conduct testing, and manage multiple site instances all from within Sitecore.

Guide to Evaluating CMS Platforms

See how to evaluate CMS platforms–including Drupal, Wordpress, Adobe Experience Manager, Craft, Episerver, and others–based on their codebase, integration capability, licensing costs, and required coding skill. Look beyond the surface-level feature sets and make a more accurate selection when choosing the best CMS for your business.