In today’s digital-first world, delivering static websites just won’t cut it. Customers prefer and expect seamless digital experiences. When you invest in a strong Content Management System (CMS), you can easily manage, edit and control your content. But what makes a strong CMS?
If you’re in the research and evaluation phase of choosing a CMS, you’ve likely come across headless CMS options. But is headless really right for you? What exactly are the benefits and drawbacks of choosing a headless solution? We cover that and more in this guide, in an effort to make the decision-making process just a bit simpler.
The guide includes
- A definition of headless
- The evolution of headless CMS
- Benefits and drawbacks of leveraging a headless CMS
- A headless CMS use case featuring The Student Hotel