Creatives, marketers and designers have developed content the same way for decades. Restrictions such as physical size and the number of pages have ruled content long before the digital era. Even digital technologies have not eased these creative boundaries, with similar formatting boundaries restricting display advertising and web page content.
There is a trade-off in a world where modern business applications provide more usable, reliable systems than the traditional monolithic applications of ten years ago.
Cloud storage has changed the way we store, share and collaborate online. It is regarded as a secure, simple means of accessing data from anywhere at any time.
We’ve heard the terms before, and we sometimes give a knowing nod in a meeting to make it seem like we understand what was said. But if you’re a little shaky about what these things are and how they might help your business, then I’ll try to explain it in a simple and applicable way.
Microservices and APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) are both important for developing new applications and improving existing ones. Although there can be some overlap between the two, they are different things and serve distinct purposes. When put together, APIs can help microservices and legacy systems connect and co-exist to improve IT agility.
An API-first strategy is much more about the 10,000-foot view. It’s worth considering for those beginning to incorporate microservices into their business. I take a look at this approach and its business benefits below.
Are you searching for the right solution to manage your content marketing strategy? I recommend you consider Sitecore’s Content Marketing Platform (CMP).
I work with companies every day who struggle with siloed software and information. They might have the right software for their needs, but is it talking to their other applications? Too often, the answer is ‘No’. Below are some of the common integrations we deliver and how they help businesses do more, with less.
Product ideation, promotion and lifecycle is something we take for granted as a consumer. We are bombarded with new and existing products from brands; for the sake of branding awareness, promotions and campaigns. The average consumer may not consider what goes into getting those products to market and what is included in the content creation, management and distribution process.
Ensuring that disparate IT systems work well together can be quite a challenge. When various IT systems work in synchronisation, they can communicate with each other. This then empowers the company to eliminate unproductive silos, improve operations and throughput, boost efficiency, and of course, reduce costs. To achieve all these goals, systems integration and integration services can be a game-changer.
Marketing Resource Management (MRM) is a set of software tools that supports strategy and workflow optimisation for marketing departments.
As customer expectations shift in the digital age, speed and accuracy of information are becoming all the more essential for businesses of all kinds.