Adobe Experience Manager Overview

Adobe Experience Manager is the #6 ranked solution in our list of top Web Content Management tools. It is most often compared to Liferay Digital Experience Platform: Adobe Experience Manager vs Liferay Digital Experience Platform

What is Adobe Experience Manager?

Adobe Communique 5 (Adobe CQ5), currently manifested as Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), is a web-based content management system which is developed to help businesses in offering high-end digital experience to their customers. 

Adobe Experience Manager is also known as Adobe Day CQ5.

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Chief Technology Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
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Easy to use content management platform for anyone requiring a complex web portal

What is our primary use case?

In general, we work a lot with software requests by our customers, mainly enterprise companies. Typically, our clients are in supplies and they require a complex web portal. They are demanding in terms of quality and usually prefer to work with Adobe and not with Drupal or other platforms because here in Italy, Adobe has a lot of commercial support. We manage a software factory with over 150 employees. We are customers of Adobe and I'm a chief technology architect.

Pros and Cons

  • "Easy to work with the solution."
  • "Programming model could be improved, it's a monolithic solution."

What other advice do I have?

Adobe is a more expensive solution than, say, Liferay. But we don't like the portal approach in Liferay, it's quite old. We've worked on our portal CMS since 2010, so it's been over 10 years. In Liferay, the core is still based on portal frameworks which is a disadvantage because we know that to develop something with that model is quite expensive. In general, our employees are more familiar with Adobe and have more confidence using that solution. I would rate this solution an eight out of 10.