• Hippo Achieves Record Revenue and Continued North American Growth

    Hippo Achieves Record Revenue and Continued North American Growth

    “Our growing customer and partner base in North America have selected Hippo because we are unequivocally positioned to help them deliver an exceptional, context aware digital experience,” stated Jeroen Verberg, CEO of Hippo. “Based on the market traction we’ve experienced to-date in 2015, we expect to double our roster of North American customers by 2016. With the momentum we’re seeing, you’ll be hearing a lot more about Hippo as a distinct player in the United States market over the next six months.” 

    By jmadej
    Posted July 16, 2015

  • It's out: Hippo CMS 10.0.2 GA

    It's out: Hippo CMS 10.0.2 GA

    This past May, we released Hippo CMS 10-- undoubtedly our biggest release so far, and the debut our our Content Performance Platform. Focused on driving collaborative innovation between IT and Marketing, Hippo CMS enables a data-driven, omni-channel content strategy for the modern enterprise. It is designed to help businesses understand their visitors – whether they are known or anonymous – and deliver the content they value in any context and on any device. Today, we're glad to announce the GA release of Hippo CMS 10.

    By jmadej
    Posted July 15, 2015

  • Hippo CMS and Nuxeo: What You Need to Know About WCM and ECM Interoperability

    Hippo CMS and Nuxeo: What You Need to Know About WCM and ECM Interoperability

    Combining web content management and digital asset management platforms allows you to create the best customer experience for visitors across all channels. WCM platforms such as Hippo offer unprecedented mechanisms to connect with website visitors and DAM platforms like Nuxeo manage digital assets in a central repository.

    By jmadej
    Posted July 14, 2015

  • A Look at WordPress and Drupal for Creating Websites

    A Look at WordPress and Drupal for Creating Websites

    It goes without saying that both WordPress and Drupal are two of the biggest open-source content management systems available today. It’s also well known that WordPress has garnered a bigger user base since its inception in 2003, with a current user base that’s nearly 10 times that of Drupal.

    Just like every other technical debate, there are proponents and opponents to each side. And for web designers who have yet to form an opinion or make a decision, there are compelling arguments for and against each platform. However, rather than consider popularity only, a wiser scheme might be to examine how each CMS performs against the key design factors, and then make the best decision for each client’s business, away from any personal biases.

    Ultimately, the debate can be condensed into the level of user skill. Drupal comes with more features, making it an awesome platform if you know how to navigate around it, but there is also a higher learning curve that some find frustrating. WordPress, on the other hand, is much simpler to navigate, use and customize, but has less features. Let’s examine a few factors in detail.

    By CMS Report
    Posted July 10, 2015

  • Magnolia 5.4 hopes to become the "Quicker and Easier" CMS

    Magnolia 5.4 hopes to become the "Quicker and Easier" CMS

    Magnolia this week announced the release of Magnolia 5.4. According toMagnolia, the latest release of their CMS makes it quicker and easier to develop web, mobile and IoT projects. By giving front-end developers more power, Magnolia's goal is to give the ability for companies to embrace bi-modal IT. In other words, giving development users the agility to adapt and change technologies quickly without disrupting their essential systems.


    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted July 10, 2015

  • Jahia releases Digital Factory 7.1

    Jahia releases Digital Factory 7.1

    Jahia, a leading "user experience platform" open source vendor, announced a new release for their flagship product, Digital Factory 7.1. According to Jahia, with this new release they are introducing significant scalability, stability and performances improvements while further refining user experience for Authors, Developers and Administrators.

    For those a little unclear what a UXP does, Gartner defines such platforms "as an integrated set of technologies used to provide interaction between a user and a set of applications, processes, content, services or other users".

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted July 10, 2015

  • Inversoft Unveils CleanSpeak 3.0

    Inversoft, the industry’s leading provider of solutions for growing, managing, and protecting online communities, today unveiled CleanSpeak 3.0, the most advanced version of its enterprise-grade moderation and profanity filtering software aimed at helping businesses foster active online communities, protect their customers’ online experience, and assure the appropriate quality of user-generated content. With CleanSpeak 3.0, businesses can improve customer trust and loyalty, establish integrity by communicating brand values, reduce customer churn and support costs, solicit feedback for product improvement and development, and augment upsell and cross-marketing activities.

    By CMS Report
    Posted July 09, 2015



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