I've been getting a ton of emails asking for another update on the People's Choice CMS awards since the last time I shared it so I thought now would be a good time to do so again.
Without further hesitation, here are the results as they stand so far. Keep in mind we still have about a month and a bit to go so the results can change at any time. There are definitely a few upsets since the last time I posted this.
For major changes, I'll put a note below the result and tell you what changed.
Best Cloud CMS for SMB
Best Cloud CMS for Enterprise
Best CMS for Corporate Intranets
Best eCommerce Solution for SMB
Prestashop is really starting to pull ahead from a previous second place with 35% to a 44% jump to #1 they are obviously rallying their forces and pushing for a win.
Best eCommerce Solution for Enterprise
Again, Prestashop is really starting to take over in the eCommerce space, can Shopify & BigCommerce rally enough to pull off a win? We'll have to see.
Best Free Forum Solution
We have a very tight race here for the three forum solutions. It's anyones game at this point.
Best Commercial Forum Solution
Best Enterprise PHP CMS
Best Enterprise Java CMS
Best Enterprise .NET CMS
Interestingly, Sitecore is in the lead but Kentico and Sitefinity are battling it out for second place and are completely tied. Can someone rally to take out last year's winner, Sitecore? We'll have to wait and see.
Best Enterprise CMS (Other Langs)
Best Free PHP CMS
Best Free Java CMS
Best Free .NET CMS
Best Free CMS (Other Langs)
Mura CMS overtakes Plone but only by a margin, can they hold on to the lead?
Best Open Source PHP CMS
MODx and eZ Publish are tied for second, can they rally enough to take out Joomla? You never know.
Best Open Source Java CMS
Best Open Source .NET CMS
Best Open Source CMS (Other Langs)
Best Small to Midsize Business PHP CMS
Best Small to Midsize Business Java CMS
Best Small to Midsize Business .NET CMS
Best Small to Midsize Business CMS (Other Langs)
Best Website Builder
There you have it. The results so far.
Don't forget to get your voting on over at http://awards.www.cmscritic.com/vote and if you want to nominate a favorite for consideration for a Critics' Choice Award, you can submit your nomination here .
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