In today’s digital-first world, choosing the right CMS from the broad spectrum available options is more important than ever. The popular CMS tools Contentstack and Drupal represent two ends of that CMS spectrum, so we thought it would be instructive to compare them in terms of architecture, services, pricing, and more.
Following the merger of Optimizely and Episerver, we’ve written about how Optimizely stacks up against its competitors, what it unveiled at its latest big customer event, and more. But the best argument for the impact that Optimizely can have on brands looking to deliver great customer experiences is looking at Optimizely-powered websites themselves.
Continuing to streamline and evolve its many digital innovation products, Optimizely has made a major change to its cornerstone content management system (CMS), inviting customers to take a leap into the future.
We had many reasons to be excited for Opticon 2022, the big conference for customers, partners and prospects hosted by Optimizely in San Diego. There were reunions to be had with people we hadn’t seen since the shutdown of live events in 2020. There was the promise of southern California sunshine. And of course, Opticon 2022 would be the “coming out” party for Optimizely following its recent merger with Episerver.
Today, choosing the right DXP is essential to staying ahead of the competition, regardless of industry or customer base. And while Optimizely and Sitecore may seem on the surface to be quite similar in terms of tech stack and offerings, strategic business leaders should know that there are dramatic differences between the two.