The headless CMS market is getting crowded. So to help, we’ve created this 36-point checklist to guide you through your headless CMS selection.
The list includes items you’ll want to consider and red flags to watch out for when choosing a headless CMS. Download now and get started making the right decision.
One of the reasons why we're moving to the cloud is that we have an on-premise installation, and it was hard for the dotCMS team to really jump in and help.
dotCMS is so flexible and easy to use from a business perspective – we don't need to undertake complex IT projects to create new content or programs in dotCMS, we can go in and do it ourselves, it's fantastic.
One of the main benefits of dotCMS is that it provides an intuitive interface for managing content and creating content types and templates. Also, the fact that it works both as a traditional and as a fully integrable headless CMS that enabled us to integrate it to Jostens’ eCommerce platform.
It has all the best of breed open source technologies such as Java, Elasticsearch, OSGI and more . . . allowing us to easily customize the system to meet our unique business needs.
Instead of having four or five different systems that you're constantly having to maintain upgrades, secure a patch or worse, hire other teams, they have to manage and then have multiple teams you're working with. You can have all your sites on one platform. And that platform is ubiquitous across the organization.
Looking to go headless? Download the complete checklist to use when evaluating your Headless CMS shortlist.