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2013 People's Choice Winner for Best Enterprise CMS

By Mike Johnston October 7, 2013 News & Headlines  Comments

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There are plenty of excellent enterprise class content management systems on the market but only one can be chosen as Best Enterprise CMS by the people. This year, we had a tough race to the finish with Adobe, Liferay and Sitecore the top three contenders but who will take home the award?

Enterprise content management is a tough gig. There are a huge number of competitors and standing out from the crowd can be tough. Innovation occurs every day and each new product must be able to adapt to meet the coming demands of the next generation of marketers and business people. This years nominees reflect systems that our readers believe to be some of the best in the business and we're glad to have them participate in our annual awards.

As a reminder, here are the nominees for this years Best Enterprise CMS award:

  1. Adobe Experience Manager
  2. Cascade Server
  3. EpiServer
  4. Liferay
  5. Sitecore

This year was a close battle between Adobe (last years winner), Liferay and Sitecore but in the end, there can only be one winner and we're pleased to announce that the winner for Best Enterprise CMS for 2013 is...

Sitecore!

Delivering unparalleled ease of use, total flexibility, and enterprise-grade capabilities, Sitecore CMS is the platform of choice for leading companies around the world, powering more than 32,000 websites.

They offer an online marketing suite and a powerful enterprise class content management system that truly are deserving of this award.

Learn more about Sitecore or visit them on the web.

Congratulations to the Sitecore team on their win! Stay tuned to find out who walks away with the Critics Choice award (selected by our panel of judges) coming soon.

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