Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub)

Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub)

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Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub)

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What is Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub)?

Acoustic Content (formerly Watson Content Hub) gives business owners the power to create, robust and consistent brand experiences using cloud-based, cognitive content management capabilities. Marketing and merchandising professionals can quickly select content to create relevant offers delivered…

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What is Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub)?

Acoustic Content (formerly Watson Content Hub) gives business owners the power to create, robust and consistent brand experiences using cloud-based, cognitive content management capabilities. Marketing and merchandising professionals can quickly select content to create relevant offers delivered across multiple channels, such as mobile, web-based or email. Acoustic is an independent spun off from IBM Watson Marketing in 2019.

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Cognitive TaggingFlexible, Easy EditingAutomatic renditions createdCard-based Asset Library

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What is Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub)?

Acoustic Content (formerly Watson Content Hub) gives business owners the power to create, robust and consistent brand experiences using cloud-based, cognitive content management capabilities. Marketing and merchandising professionals can quickly select content to create relevant offers delivered across multiple channels, such as mobile, web-based or email. Acoustic is an independent spun off from IBM Watson Marketing in 2019.

What is Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub)'s best feature?

Reviewers rate Publishing workflow and Form generator and Availability / breadth of extensions highest, with a score of 9.5.

Who uses Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub)?

The most common users of Acoustic Content (formerly IBM Watson Content Hub) are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.

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Score 7 out of 10
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Nowadays all businesses are relying on content marketing because we know how content marketing transforms our ideas into a successful story. We use different content, scripts, and strategies for each situation and it’s hard to keep track of each and every plot and choosing the most compatible one for the situation. This is where this concept called “Content Management System” comes into play. Basically, this Content Management System manages all of your content by sorting them and storing them somewhere safe and easily accessible. Acoustic Content will take care of all the hard work and give you the freedom to be more creative with your content.
  • Landing page can be edited easily with responsive templates & its easy to manage
  • AI tagging system helps you find matching content easily
  • It has Shutterstock photo library built in to the CMS so that we can use it for content creation
  • Application is less user friendly as some of the commonly used functions even hidden inside menus.
  • Community support is very low as Acoustic Content is not widely used by many people.
We can organize all our content easily by uploading content files and other digital assets. CMS smart AI generates metadata by tagging them automatically which helps us to sort our content into different categories. CMS content modeling feature helps us to visualize our content structure, assemble them in an intelligent manner and reuse the content whenever we want to for different purposes.
Madusanka Balapitiya | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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It is widely used within a few selected groups in our IT Section. We use it to call apps by pages within our intranet. These applications are often similar to OCR software that makes a quick view of a file or our software that updates car damage based on photos. This saves managers critical time for the most important tasks.
  • Creating separate pages is easy and straightforward and only requires basic basic knowledge to get started
  • Advanced API calls can be easily built.
  • It doesn't work well with our IBM systems and as you might expect, that seems to be a common problem with IBM products.
  • Application settings are bad and some items are easily accessible and can be buried in menus
It is advisable to create custom designs that call for specific programs and content without giving direct access to those programs. We still have to meet the proposed use case where it should not be used.
Ben Williams | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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It is mostly used within a select few teams within our IT department. We use it for calling applications through internal pages on our intranet. These applications are usually like the OCR software that enables a quick view of the file or our the software which reviews damage to a vehicle based on images. This saves handlers valuable time for more important tasks.
  • It has a wide variety of built-in API calls.
  • Building unique pages is simple and straightforward and requires only basic fundamental knowledge to get started.
  • More advanced API calls can be developed simply.
  • The organization of the application is poor and some elements could be more easily accessible not buried in menus.
  • There is little to no community around the application and what does exist is out of date.
  • Does not work well with our IBM applications as well as you would expect, which seems a common issue with IBM products.
It is appropriate for building custom pages/apps that call specific programs and content without giving direct access to those programs. We have yet to come across a proposed use case where it was inappropriate to use.