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  • 5 tips for promoting Magento products

    5 tips for promoting Magento products

    The main aim of any Magento store owner is to sell his products, and for that just to place them on the pages of your site is not enough. Selling is usually a result of promoting as it is the only way to let customers know about new goods and new brands available at your store. Promotion process can’t be chaotic: you need to have a strategy to follow. Amasty Team offers you 5 tips to start with to get your products promoted.

    By Amasty
    Posted: September 15, 2014

  • The Problem with BYOD Stipends and What's Next for BYOD Costs

    The Problem with BYOD Stipends and What's Next for BYOD Costs

    Companies have plenty of reasons to make bring your own device (BYOD) policies a part of their businesses. One of the main attractions, and a primary reason for adopting BYOD in the first place, is how using a personal device makes employees more productive both in the workplace and at home. Another consequence of using BYOD is that employees are more likely to be satisfied with their jobs. But with these benefits also comes the concern over BYOD cost. BYOD’s most vocal proponents say the policy ends up saving businesses money in the long run, but its critics maintain that bring your own device is ultimately costly. One of the main points of contention is companies’ use of stipends as a way to offset the costs of a BYOD program for employees. While BYOD is likely here to stay, it’s very possible stipends on the way out.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted: August 18, 2014

  • CEO Corner: Proprietary CMS Vendors: It’s Us Vs. Them

    I just finished reading Dave Scalera’s post on the Acquia blog “Open Source lies: Confessions of a former Commercial CMS Salesperson” and it got me thinking about the Open Source vs. Proprietary thing.

    I know, here we go again.

    What I’ve come to realize is that it doesn't matter what’s better. It matters what people believe is better.

    By Michael Assad
    Posted: August 07, 2013

  • CEO Corner: CMS Has Become One-Size-Fits-None

    A few months ago, CMS Australian enthusiast Said Salameh posted this excellent breakdown comparing the number of steps required to complete simple tasks between eight leading open source content management systems. He illustrates how simple things like editing a page or adding an article can take ten steps or more – far more than necessary. His post spawned a discussion on the Web Content Management group on LinkedIn drawing out frustrations from many in the industry about the complexity of content management systems – particularly open source systems.

    By Michael Assad
    Posted: July 08, 2013

  • Drupal, MODX: Open Source Communities, Vendors, and Giving Back

    What I find silly about this week's proprietary versus open source discussion is that I don't think proprietary is the biggest threat to open source. The biggest threat to open source is from within. Open source as a whole needs to do a much better job in preventing the discussion of  Open Source Community versus Open Source Vendor from getting out of hand. Open source must accept the role commercial vendors have in their community or they will soon find their community is financially unsustainable and difficult to be taken seriously. Vendors must also prove to open source that the community is better off with them than without them or that vendor is going to have have little influence at the community's leadership table.

    It takes awhile for open source as a community to respond positively to the changes that new or successful vendors may bring to their community. Most new vendors in open source soon realize that their standing in such communities is ranked not by their company's success but by how much they give or don't give back to their open source community.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 05, 2013

  • CEO Corner: Best of Breed vs Integrated CMS

    All this talk about CXM being DOA has got me thinking about the age old question when it comes to CMS – or software in general for that matter.  Should you try to build the world into your software, or focus on specific capabilities and integrate for the rest?
    By Michael Assad
    Posted: March 15, 2013

  • Hippo Announces 102% Subscription Growth In 2012

    Hippo Announces 102% Subscription Growth In 2012

    Rapid expansion into the enterprise, partner growth and increased investment into product development contributed to stellar results

    Even in an uncertain global economy, but reflective of the positive trends surrounding Open Source and the enterprise marketer’s focus on customer experience management, Hippo’s enterprise subscription revenue alone grew by more than 102% - reflecting the continued trend of Hippo’s expansion into global organizations like Autodesk, Weleda, Max Bahr, Crédit Agricole, British Telecom and Dolce & Gabbana.

    By salink
    Posted: March 12, 2013

  • CEO Corner: How do You Compete with Free?

    CEO Corner: How do You Compete with Free?

    WordPress is not the only free CMS. Drupal and Joomla jump to mind, but there are lots and lots of others. So we as CMS vendors need to think beyond the traditional web content management functionality and figure out ways to innovate our way to a competitive advantage.

    By Michael Assad
    Posted: December 14, 2012

  • Agility Shifts Focus to Product Development and Expands Partner Network

    After ten years of creating digital content management solutions for top brands like Subaru, Doritos, Uncle Ben’s, Campbell’s, Oprah Network, W Network, Cineplex, Shoppers Drug Mart, and CTV, Agility is refreshing their service focus by moving the bulk of custom CMS development to its roster of partners. The decision to expand the existing partner base to include several prominent agencies in Toronto, New York and Los Angles was based on the high demand for their CMS platform which frequently…

    By CMS Report
    Posted: July 09, 2012

  • EPiServer Acquires Mediachase

    Acquisition Accelerates Delivery of e-Commerce and Digital Marketing Solutions to Improve Customer Experience  CHICAGO, IL - Yesterday, EPiServer announced that it acquired the business of longstanding technology provider, Mediachase, an e-commerce and collaboration software solutions provider. The move brings together EPiServer's existing digital marketing capabilities with Mediachase's easy-to-use e-commerce framework to help meet next generation cross-channel needs for delivery to…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: March 02, 2012

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