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AEM, good for authors, not as much for developers
https://www.trustradius.com/cmsAdobe Experience ManagerUnspecified7.9164101
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November 08, 2016

AEM, good for authors, not as much for developers

Score 6 out of 101
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Experience Manager

[My organization] implements for other clients.
  • Easy for authors to use
  • A lot of functionality available to use
  • Scalable
  • Can be very difficult to develop for
  • Adobe takes a very long time to fix bugs, sometimes not fixing them at all
  • Lack of any consistent documentation
  • We have a lot of work for AEM, it's very popular currently
  • Clients seem very happy with AEM, mostly when they are not assisting in development
  • Overall a lot of work has been won because of our AEM expertise
Adobe Experience Manager is a good piece of software once the specific and individual pieces have been developed. It is easy for authors to publish information and construct pages and sites, but only when the tools are already built. For the developer, it can be difficult developing in AEM due to the various bugs and extremely poor official documentation, or documentation in general.

Adobe Experience Manager Feature Ratings

WYSIWYG editor
4
Code quality / cleanliness
3
Admin section
5
Page templates
5
Library of website themes
5
Mobile optimization / responsive design
6
Publishing workflow
6
Form generator
5
Content taxonomy
5
SEO support
5
Bulk management
5
Availability / breadth of extensions
9
Community / comment management
5
API
5
Internationalization / multi-language
8
Role-based user permissions
8