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Real User
Sales Development at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Mar 20 2017

What is most valuable?

* Ease of use: Drupal creates easy authoring workflows, flexible content architecture, and allows you to publish content on a single site. You can also publish across multiple sites, with multilingual and multi-device support. * Flexibility:... more»

How has it helped my organization?

Since adopting Drupal as our flagship technology offering, we've gone on to service some of the largest corporations, non-profits, and agencies globally. We're Asia's largest boutique Drupal consulting firm.

What needs improvement?

It needs a better UI for the back-end user.
Digital Marketing Analyst at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
Mar 22 2017

What do you think of WordPress?

Valuable Features The plugins and widget features: they make life easy and save a lot of time, which can be used for further updating of the site. • Improvements to My Organization It has given us a very good platform, enabling us to develop our site with ease, and by enabling multiple logins to edit the site simultaneously making our work easier. • Room for Improvement The plugins have to be tested and monitored frequently as some of them lead to the website crashing. Also, all plugins must be compatible with the latest versions of WordPress. • Use of Solution I have been using it for six months. • Deployment Issues I have not encountered any deployment issues. • Stability Issues I have not encountered any stability issues. • Scalability Issues I have...
Real User
Website and EComm at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
May 09 2017

What do you think of Sitecore Experience Manager?

I feel a little bad giving Sitecore a 6/10, because I think the problems the organisation I worked for had with it were partially because of:  - shiny toy purchase - not fit for the org's purpose (more to do with the org) - UX and UI was poor meaning users didn't engage with it even after training However, some of the problems were because of Sitecore CMS - the upgrade paths were a horror. Yes, it was an old version but for us to get off of that old version we had to take three separate projects with each one incurring significant cost to the org. After toting it all up, including all of the support costs and licensing, it just wasn't worth it.  So, okay, we have some of the bad points but some of the good points are as follows:  - it's a CMS with the usual features...

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