Episerver CMS Review
Updated June 11, 2020

Episerver CMS Review

Pär Wissmark | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review

Software Version

Episerver Content Cloud

Overall Satisfaction with Episerver Content Cloud

We are developing Episerver solutions for our customers. It's usually used by the whole organization but represented by a small group of editors. We allways work from a user perspective. We want to increase KPI, increase ROI, and have happy users for our customers. The problems or possibilities depend on our customers' business areas, but we always feel that we can tune Episerver to solve our problems.
  • Content management, versioning, publish workflows
  • Language handlring, setup for enterprise companies
  • Continues product updates
  • Active community
  • SEO features
  • Support for enterprise companies that are using bulk publish with "Projects"
  • Redirect support, 301
  • Accessibility features
  • The freedom in Episerver and the creativity developed by the partners generates great solutions
  • Episerver can be modified almost in any way that the customer demands
  • There could be more standard functionality in the base product. All websites should support accessibility, SEO, rewrites etc. At the moment its up to the partner to solve this.
Episerver outranks these products in most cases. There are some functions in each product that you would love in Episerver but when you sum it up Episerver is the greatest :)
Episerver CMS is best suited for larger companies. These companies work with a great amount of content, distributed editorial staffing, invest in there web yearly and are often working on an international market.

There is a rather high license fee so its not suited for small/medium companies.

Optimizely Content Management System Feature Ratings

WYSIWYG editor
Code quality / cleanliness
Admin section
Page templates
Publishing workflow
Form generator
Content taxonomy
SEO support
Bulk management
Availability / breadth of extensions
Community / comment management
Internationalization / multi-language
Role-based user permissions