Kentico Overview

Kentico is the #2 ranked solution in our list of top Digital Experience Platforms. It is most often compared to Drupal: Kentico vs Drupal

What is Kentico?

Kentico is the only fully integrated ASP.NET CMS, E-commerce, and Online Marketing platform that allows you to create truly optimized digital customer experiences across multiple channels. With Web Farms, Continuous Integration, GDPR and Data Protection, and MVC development fully supported across the platform, Kentico empowers your developers to deliver state-of-art websites and experiences faster.

What’s more, Kentico’s powerful Campaign Management features, including Advanced Email Marketing and Marketing Automation, allow your marketers to unleash their creative potential and run highly effective campaigns that convert prospects into customers.

Provide your developers and marketers with the innovative freedom they need. Drive customer loyalty, improve and refine your digital strategy, and give your brand impressive global presence.

Kentico EMS’s rich selection of out-of-the-box web parts, easy customizations, and open API quickly gets websites operational. The all-in-one platform combines a full set of integrated solutions, including Online Marketing, E-commerce, Online Communities, and Intranet and Collaboration. Kentico EMS allows you to manage contacts and campaigns, track the customer journey, provide global e-commerce functionality, and measure and analyze the results to create and manage customer experiences easily in a dynamic business environment.

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Kentico Customers

Gibson Musical Instruments, Mazda, Segway, Twinings, Ingram Micro, Allergan, Kingspan

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Kentico pricing:
  • "The licensing fees are probably about $100,000 USD per year."

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Flexible, offers helpful web templates, and has good connectivity with third-party applications

What is our primary use case?

Kentico is a content manager. We use it for UI and for developing websites. We do the coding ourselves.

Pros and Cons

  • "I would say they have a modern, flexible, agile content management system."
  • "They don't have a lot of libraries, which is something that they can improve on."

What other advice do I have?

Kentico is one of the top solutions on the magic quadrant. Currently, all of the development that we do, we hard-code ourselves. We don't use local development frameworks for other systems. We are looking to expand our use of Kentico by adding no-code or low-code products for rapid development. My advice for anybody who is implementing Kentico is that if they are transitioning into it then be sure to use a phased approach. Don't try to migrate everything right away. I suggest doing it over time and become familiar with the system. If it is only one site then it will not be too difficult, but…
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