CROWNPEAK BLOG

What's on our minds

From the latest analyst content, to marketing tips and tricks for delivering digital experiences, and musings about technology, here’s where you’ll find what we’re currently pondering.

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Management of Content Marketing Is Mission Critical
July 2, 2013
Content Marketing - specifically, publishing content to be used by the consumer or business buyer to research a purchase - is more influential in the purchase decision than advertisements or in-store experience.
Posted by Jim Howard
Corporate business meeting
Vendor Advantages: Note to IT Buyers
March 13, 2013
For the IT buyer, there are advantages in buying from a company that can do pretty much everything. There is a solution to every request that comes from your internal customer.
Posted by Jim Howard
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Crownpeak's SaaS Enables Quick Launch & Multi-Site Projects
March 1, 2013
Crownpeak natively allows dozens or even hundreds of projects to be implemented at the same time by independent teams, while still keeping all of the content and assets in a single system, makes it possible for entirely new, completely customized sites to be rolled out in weeks.
Posted by Jim Howard
Auditorium of laughing people
The Fake SaaS and Why It Is Bad for the Customer
September 24, 2012
Why does the end customer care about whether something is a true SaaS or is a hosted model or ASP? Because the benefits of SaaS are clear: cost, flexibility, time-to-market, innovation, and interoperability.
Posted by Jim Howard
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Disruptive Technologies in the CMS Market
September 17, 2012
Crownpeak started as a disruptive solution for the mid-sized businesses we had as early customers. Since then, we've moved up-market to become the first SaaS company to provide an improved (disruptive) product to the enterprise.
Posted by Jim Howard
Woman working at a laptop in a coffee shop
WCM Is a Service, Not a Product
August 6, 2012
Web Content Management (WCM) is a service. Let me say that again: It’s a service! A WCM product is implemented and from then on, the WCM system is the hub of a service delivered to the marketing team.
Posted by Jim Howard
Mna writing at a chalk board
Crownpeak Software Architecture: WCM in the Cloud
July 30, 2012
We started this company over 10 years ago. To say we were early in the market for SaaS is a bit of an understatement. When we started out, our customers tended to have limited IT support to get their Web Content Management (WCM) needs met. In other words, the early buyers were customers with few other options.
Posted by Jim Howard
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SaaS Web Content Management Turns 10
July 23, 2012
We started this company over 10 years ago. To say we were early in the market for SaaS is a bit of an understatement. When we started out, our customers tended to have limited IT support to get their Web Content Management (WCM) needs met. In other words, the early buyers were customers with few other options.
Posted by Jim Howard
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SaaS WCM Architecture Allows for Massive Parallel Development
July 18, 2012
Perhaps the most important business problem Crownpeak solves massively large parallel development for large organizations with many web sites. Centrally managed web content management services delivered with last-generation products create a terrible bottleneck to evolution and new project development.
Posted by Jim Howard