Gartner named Kentico as a representative vendor supporting Content as a Service (CaaS) within a specific product in the recent Use Content as a Service to Support a Unified Experience Strategy for Digital Commerce¹ report.
Petr PalasPublished on Jan 29, 2019
Content as a Service can help businesses drive more efficiencies and unlock growth across marketing and sales campaigns. Marketing teams and digital agencies can take advantage of personalization, omnichannel reach, and more. In the report, Gartner details how Content as a Service can be adopted to drive consistency and enhance customer experiences, how developers can solve the challenge of presentation in a decoupled world, and the benefits of using an API-oriented approach.
We are pleased to be named a Content as a Service representative vendor in Gartner’s report: Use Content as a Service to Support a Unified Experience Strategy for Digital Commerce¹. We take our inclusion as confirmation of our commitment to helping marketers and developers collaborate faster by integrating existing content silos and disconnected tools, helping them to simplify content creation, management, and delivery, and streamline development.
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¹Gartner, Use Content as a Service to Support a Unified Experience Strategy for Digital Commerce, Mike Lowndes, 2 July 2018.
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