Web Content Management

Achieved Highest Placement for its Ability to Execute

Provided by Sitecore

Category Web Content Management

Type Analyst Report

Length 1

Publish Date October 05 2016

Date posted October 05 2016


Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management (WCM) report evaluates 18 vendors for their Ability to Execute as well as their Completeness of Vision. This year Sitecore has achieved the highest placement for its Ability to execute in the leaders’ quadrant - for the second year in a row.

The Gartner Magic Quadrant for WCM assesses leading solutions and delivers valuable insights for those looking to optimize digital marketing platforms for a better customer experience.

The Sitecore Experience Platform was built from the ground up as a single, connected solution to deliver flexible and predictive customer experience management. Seamlessly combining web content management with customer intelligence, it empowers marketers to understand the context of how customers are interacting with their brand. The result? Real engagement that earns customers for life.

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