dotCMS Nominated for CMS Critic Awards

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Sep 20, 2016

dotCMS Nominated for CMS Critic Awards

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It’s that time of year again - time for CMS Critic’s People’s Choice Awards. Three years ago, CMS Critic started the CMS Critics Awards to ensure fair exposure and opportunity to all players in marketplace. Over the years, awards have been handed out for the best New CMS, Enterprise CMS, Cloud CMS, Document Management System, Social Networking Software, eCommerce Software, Marketing Automation Software, CRM, and more.

dotCMS is thrilled and humbled to announce that we’ve been nominated for Best Cloud CMS and Best Enterprise CMS. What makes these awards unique is that the winners are voted on by users like you! Check out all the nominees and cast your vote today on CMS Critic’s website.

Voting is only open until November 1, 2016 - so be sure to get your vote in today. Winners will be announced November 10, 2016.

VOTE HERE

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