How Decoupled WCM Accelerates Digital Experience Transformation
The differences between competing architectures and which is best for your enterprise’s needs
Learn The Differences Between Competing WCM Architectures
Digital transformation is the buzz word of the moment, but how are enterprise companies achieving it without ripping and replacing critical line of business applications, spending millions of dollars in the process?
With today’s websites providing the foundation of a brand’s myriad digital experiences, it should come as no surprise that some web content management systems are helping to ease the transition.
"Web CMS’s new role is a hub — content, experience, and workflow — to orchestrate customer engagement across many digital channels (e.g. web, mobile, email, social, etc.)" – Mark Grannan, Forrester
In this eBook, you’ll learn:
- How the architecture of your WCM solution can accelerate or prolong omni-channel engagement
- The difference between monolithic, headless, and decoupled architecture, along with the best use cases for each one
- What to look for in a WCM based on your organization’s digital transformation goals