Evaluation based on completeness of vision and ability to execute
Episerver, the world's fastest growing provider of platforms that drive online engagement, announced today that the company was evaluated and listed as a Visionary among Web Content Management (WCM) vendors in the 2010 Gartner report, "Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management." The report, which analyzes a select group of vendors in the WCM market, evaluated Episerver on its completeness of vision and ability to execute.
According to the Gartner report, "The user has displaced content as the most important focus when developing an online strategy. Website designers must understand the person interacting with the online channel before setting a strategy. In addition to content, delivering this experience requires granular designs to help personalize the experience, discrete functions to make the site more flexible and Web 2.0 components to engage the visitor more fully."
Episerver offers a platform for publishing content, building communities, communicating via multiple channels and selling online. The platform offering helps companies create online relationships with its customers, better understand customer behavior, engage with customers on the social Web and identify improvements to e-commerce processes that seamlessly turns Web site visitors from "browsers" into "buyers."
"We believe Gartner's evaluation reaffirms Episerver's commitment to a user-driven approach to product development, allowing us to deliver solutions that meet the specific needs of our more than 3000 customers and over 450 partners (digital agencies) around the world," said Martin Henricson, CEO of Episerver. "Our unmatched customer focus and platform approach has allowed Episerver to significantly outpace the growth of the market."
The Episerver platform includes the following core components:
The Episerver platform, combining content, commerce, communication and community is available now.
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