Compare Adobe CQ5 vs. OpenText Web Experience Management

Adobe CQ5 is ranked 9th in Web Content Management while OpenText Web Experience Management is ranked 21st in Web Content Management. Adobe CQ5 is rated 0, while OpenText Web Experience Management is rated 0. On the other hand, Adobe CQ5 is most compared with Magnolia CMS, HP Autonomy TeamSite and Sitecore Experience Manager, whereas OpenText Web Experience Management is most compared with HP Autonomy TeamSite, WordPress and Adobe CQ5.
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Overview

Adobe CQ web content management provides a browser-based user interface for both business and IT to create interactive, media-enriched, multichannel customer experiences to build an engaging digital presence, drive more effective campaigns and grow online customer communities. 

OpenText Web Experience Management is an enterprise-grade solution for creating and managing compelling web content across all organizational, end-user-centric touch points - intranet or extranet, public or private. The digital-first enterprise understands the importance of standardizing on a transaction-oriented solution that is robust enough to scale across the organization but is also responsive to the business requirements of most content marketers - especially with the high demands in mobile, social, and video today.

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Boehringer IngelheimBarcelona City Council, Hyatt, Junta de Andalucia, People's United Bank
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