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Janus Boye

By Janus Boye

March 30, 2021

If you are reading these lines, there’s a fair chance that you’ve worked with content management systems for some time and perhaps have even used multiple different systems. Now, if you close your eyes for a moment: Try to pretend that you don’t know much about CMS and the confusing marketplace. And then put yourself in the shoes of a buyer - a customer who needs a new CMS to power... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

March 19, 2021

In the wake of Gartner’s 2021 Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms, one thing is abundantly clear: the growth of DXP is undeniable. This shouldn’t come as a shock. Gartner sunset their Web Content Management MQ in 2020, reflecting market demand for platforms that enhance customer engagement across a widening range of digital channels and devices. But hang on – that’s not... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

March 11, 2021

While the typical fanfare of a Las Vegas convention has been on a losing streak in the age of Covid, virtual events have emerged as a winning surrogate – especially for software companies looking to cultivate their user communities and make big announcements. That was the case last week at GatsbyConf 2021, a free two-day meeting held by Gatsby. While the biggest news on the table was the... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

December 3, 2020

Orlando, FL (December 3, 2020) – Solodev, the Digital Customer Experience platform built for Amazon Web Services (AWS), announced today that it has achieved the AWS Public Safety & Disaster Response (PSDR) Competency status. This designation recognizes that Solodev provides both a proven cloud technology and human expertise in helping customers leverage the power of AWS to protect the... Read More →

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Janus Boye

By Janus Boye

October 9, 2020

By Janus Boye, Boye & CoThere’s a million different ways to select a new content management system and having been a part of the marketplace for the past two decades, I thought I had almost seen them all. Still, the recent CMS selection as a part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) redesign project was a different one. A project done out in the open, with a controversial tool selection... Read More →

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