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Aimee White
Real User
Info Sec Consultant at Size 41 Digital
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 and…

What is Sitecore Experience Manager?

For those who want a robust CMS without all the digital marketing power of the Sitecore Experience Platform (XP), the Sitecore Experience Manager (XM) empowers you to deliver the right content, to the right person, exactly at the right time.

Also known as
Sitecore XM
Sitecore Experience Manager customers

easyJet, Toshiba, Thomas Cook Travel Group, Oxfam, New York Life, Jabra, Graf von Faber-Castell, Canon, Boy Scouts of America

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