Breaking free from false promises
Helping marketers transcend the limitations of digital platforms
For years we've relied on massive, single-vendor content-management systems (CMSes) and hailed their convenience. However, as the digital landscape evolved, those monoliths are showing their age, becoming more of a hindrance than a help due to their inflexibility, vendor lock-in, and barricades against innovation. Brands now find those systems hard to maintain and scale, let alone costly to upgrade. A new era of consumer-demand-driven, flexible, and fast digital architecture is on the rise, and it looks like the future of marketing.
- Flexibility over rigidity: Modern digital platforms prioritize an adaptable, modular architecture that simplifies integration and enables seamless scaling as business needs expand.
- Freedom from vendor lock-in: Brands desire to break free from the restrictions imposed by single-vendor solutions and opt for customized, best-of-need technologies that cater explicitly to the company’s unique requirements.
- Cost-effectiveness: Businesses are looking to ditch the prohibitively expensive upgrade and maintenance costs of traditional systems and embrace innovative, economical solutions that offer excellent value.
- Strong collaboration: The new platforms foster communication, collaboration, and streamlined workflows for teams that work together to promote business growth.
- Accelerated innovation: The future-focused approach responds rapidly to changing consumer needs so that brands can stay at the forefront of transforming digital marketing strategies.
Have a look inside:
The whitepaper covers:
To win, the future must be flexible
The failed promise of all-in-one solutions
Navigating the digital-experience architecture landscape
Headless versus composable: What’s the difference?
Composed doesn’t equal composable
Why composable is the way forward
Visual workspace delivers next-generation consumer experiences
Benefits of visual workspaces