Sitecore Reviews

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Aaron Branson | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 11, 2015

The Core of an Enterprise-Level Marketing Technology Stack

Score 9 out of 10
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With any platform that offers so much capability, usability will naturally be more challenging. Sitecore does an admirable job and made massive strides in version 8, but at some times offers too many ways to achieve the same task allows users to sometimes take a path less efficient than the preferred path.
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Jason Vaters | TrustRadius Reviewer
February 18, 2014

Finally, a CMS that delivered as promised.

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Well organized, intuitive interface that has the familiarity of MS Office due to it's ribbon like interface. It is always each to determine where you are, and both pages and documents are accessible via a logical route. Great use of icons adds to the comfort of technical and non-technical users alike.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Role-based user permissions (18)
API (15)
Internationalization / multi-language (13)
WYSIWYG editor (18)
Code quality / cleanliness (17)
Admin section (17)
Page templates (15)
Library of website themes (5)
Mobile optimization / responsive design (15)
Publishing workflow (16)
Form generator (16)
Content taxonomy (15)
SEO support (13)
Bulk management (11)
Availability / breadth of extensions (16)
Community / comment management (13)

About Sitecore

Sitecore Web Content Management is an enterprise-grade CMS competing with Oracle WebCenter, IBM Web Content Manager and Adobe. It presents a fairly wide and comprehensive swath of inbuilt features. In Sitecore WCM editing takes place from within the page with its inline editor, allowing editors and authors to create display rules and content within the context of the page in an integrated process. It allows the creation of blogs, wikis, polls, integrates with social media, and is mobile-accessible for end users so as to provide a varied and tailored environment that is sensitive to visitor characteristics. Localization and regionalization allow the end user to see content in their home language. Analytics track visitor behavior, which aids in the generating of marketing reports and facilitating rule-based targeting. Experience Profiles give a rich understanding of single or groups of similar individuals, to give customer insights. The Sitecore Experience Database contains customer data and can draw additional data from CRM connected to it, for profiling visitors. Sitecore also has an AppCenter, where features can be augmented and expanded.

Sitecore is a paid platform for businesses of all sizes, and pricing varies accordingly with implementation and scale. Its licensing models is based on the number of Sitecore server installations and simultaneous users. When it is implemented as an Intranet pricing varies according to number of employees with access to it.

Sitecore Competitors

Cascade Server, Crownpeak DXM, Elcom Platform, Kentico, Oracle WebCenter Sites, Qubit, Acquia Platform, Ingeniux CMS, Bloomreach Experience Manager (formerly Hippo), Ektron Web Content Management System (Discontinued), HCL Digital Experience (formerly IBM WebSphere Portal & Web Content Manager)

Sitecore Technical Details

Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:No