Sitecore CMS is delivered on a flexible licensing cost model. Pricing is based on the number of Sitecore Server installations, as well as the number of simultaneous users logged in (such as developers, designers, content editors, etc.)
Sitecore CMS is available as on-premise solution or hosted on Azure cloud.
Sitecore solutions serve a broad range of customers, including Fortune 1000 companies, large governments, public and non-profit organizations, and educational institutions.
Sitecore CMS is a scalable and intuitive solution built with functionality to help businesses create dynamic, fully featured web experiences. Sitecore CMS is built with powerful tools that allow businesses to create and customize their sites to fit their target audiences, improving conversion rates and search engine visibility. Sitecore CMS also makes it easy to manage all your web properties, ensuring a consistent and rich web experience for your visitors.
Established in 2001, Sitecore is a leading global software provider for solutions in Web Content Management and Digital Engagement. Sitecore is dedicated to building applications that help a broad range of companies create rich and compelling website experiences. Sitecore products are consistently placed in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management in recognition of their breadth and innovation. Sitecore was the first vendor to offer a web content management system that included mobile web, web optimization, marketing automation, e-commerce, intranet portal, and campaign management technologies into an integrated platform.
Improve site management by creating customizable workflow processes for approvals, versioning, notifications, archiving and publishing
Leverage data abstraction layers, pre-built connectors, and integration capabilities
Set and secure access based on role, user, or group
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Because Sitecore CMS is a .NET-based solution, you can build your website from the ground up, customizing everything from templates to layouts and more.
Sitecore CMS makes it easy to create world-class websites with its open architecture and rich development environment and tools.
Sitecore CMS helps you reach your customers in their preferred format with functionality to deliver content on multiple devices, including mobile.
If you do not have developers with .NET experience, you’ll probably have to hire an outside development team to help you use the product.
If you operate on a smaller scale, Sitecore may not be the most affordable option for your needs.
The Sitecore backend can be slow when you log in as an administrator
Sitecore CMS allows you to customize your website to fit your business and reach your target audiences. If you have a relatively big website, or host many websites, Sitecore CMS is a great option for your needs. However, if your company lacks .NET experience or does not use Microsoft Windows Servers, SQL Server or the like, you will most likely have to contract a development team to help you get the most out of the solution. If you have a large web infrastructure and the resources, Sitecore CMS may be the way to go. If you have a limited budget and only a few sites to manage, this product may not be the best option.
The Siren Song of Open Source CMS: Should You Listen? White Paper provided by Sitecore
Over the past 25 years, open source software has evolved from the fringes of high tech society into the mainstream. The “siren song” of open source is a powerful one, promising to eliminate software licensing costs and give entrée to a passionate, global development community. But should enterprise IT organizations heed it? Or, as in Greek mythology, do those who are tempted by the siren song of open source suffer tragic consequences?