In an ever-evolving environment of IoT devices and touchpoints, a solid content foundation is paramount and key to staying top of mind.
In a world of instant YouTube and endless Instagram, anything less than immediate entertainment is disregarded. Media and Entertainment giants such as Amazon, Google, and Netflix have disrupted and transformed the entire industry. Customers now expect their content to be personalized, on-demand, and on the device of their choosing.
dotCMS provides the content foundation that Media and Entertainment companies need to deliver engaging customer experiences across channels, while easily integrating with third-party, best-of-breed solutions to make up a powerful digital experience platform.
dotCMS has enterprise-grade infrastructure and caching that allows for quick content delivery and multiple deployment options, anywhere in the world.
Achieve your digital marketing ambitions with a best-of-breed digital marketing platform that doesn’t break the bank.
Give control back to your business users with easy NoCode tooling for improved speed and agility in your team.
Seamless interoperability with open APIs and LowCode API tooling to build your best-of-breed platform.
Easily ensure content relevance and personalized digital experiences.
Leverage all SEO best practices to rank higher in search engines.
The built-in caching offers you substantial performance gains when it comes to storing and accessing data in both the memory and disk cache. In addition, dotCMS supports block caching for optimized performance.
Experience undisrupted editor experiences in headless, native, or hybrid environments with preview, inline editing, drag & drop, template editing, and personalization.
With an API-first CMS that supports both REST and GraphQL, using dotCMS brands can build cross-channel customer journeys and optimize engaging experiences for every touchpoint.
TELUS's internal portal is crucial in keeping its thousands of retail employees up to date with the latest operation, training, marketing, and merchandising content, but their old platform could not deliver on either. TELUS knew it needed a new portal system or the company risked falling behind its competitors.