When the large technology research firms produce foolhardy reports, our response is typically an eye-roll – Ho hum, there they go again. But, while mostly futile, those vendor plot graphs generate a lot of revenue, so we understand that they have to churn them out regularly to keep the business afloat, and thus, the resulting reports can’t all be… read more >
DCG research and articles about: Forrester Wave
The best brands seek to deliver a truly holistic, unified experience for their customers. The digital commerce experience is no different and demands a high level of integration and unification throughout. Marketing teams have traditionally used web content management as their primary tool to reach website visitors, while commerce teams have used eCommerce platforms. But… read more >
Give up? Yeah, me too. We’ve been known to critique technology rankings such as the Wave and Magic Quadrant here at DCG, since we don’t think they provide much actionable insight, and we usually add a little color commentary to spice things up. However, in the case of Forrester’s new Digital Experience Delivery [DEaD?] Platforms Wave, I… read more >
At Digital Clarity Group, we are often asked whether we compare the companies we cover against each other, using ratings, rankings, or other comparison measures. When we answer “absolutely not,” reactions tend to range from relief to head-shaking disappointment, sometimes paradoxically within the same person. This goes to show how immensely powerful such ratings have… read more >
Happy New Year. Here we are in 2014 and Web Content Management is in a funk. Yep, I said it. The entire sector is in danger of becoming an afterthought. Ask yourself a question: when was the last time a WCM solution provider actually made some really interesting news, or got the market talking about… read more >
With a copy of the new Forrester Wave™ on Web Content Management in hand this morning, I captured my reactions to the results, and to the changes since the last Wave™ in 2011. There were a few upward shifts (Adobe, Sitecore, Oracle), more downward movements (SDL, HP, OpenText, Ektron), as well as Acquia making its… read more >
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