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AEM is robust CMS with some features but it has a learning curve
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December 20, 2018

AEM is robust CMS with some features but it has a learning curve

Score 7 out of 101
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Experience Manager

We used it to create templates for pitch work. These templates were then used and customized according to the client.
  • You can create robust templates in this CMS and reuse later
  • Managing small or big sites become easier
  • You can use it with Adobe Cloud
  • It has a learning curve, not everything is straightforward even if you are familiar with other CMS's
  • Depending how big your site is, it can become a bit slow
  • It has had a good turnaround for us when doing pitch work
WordPress is easier to understand and use than AEM, and the cost is less compared to AEM. WordPress is better with iOS and Android, but AEM is better for larger applications.
Content Author / Administrator
It well suited if you are not a developer but you want to create sites and use their CMS. Having said that, it is a bit complicated for first-time users. It's pretty robust and can perform very well, but it has a learning curve. I would advise taking tutorials.

Adobe Experience Manager Feature Ratings

WYSIWYG editor
6
Code quality / cleanliness
6
Admin section
8
Page templates
8
Library of website themes
5
Mobile optimization / responsive design
5
Publishing workflow
8
Form generator
5
Content taxonomy
7
SEO support
7
Bulk management
6
Availability / breadth of extensions
6
Community / comment management
6
API
6
Internationalization / multi-language
6
Role-based user permissions
8