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Econsultancy's Q2 2013 Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing, produced in partnership with Adobe, is devoted to the topic of web content management (WCM), an area which is becoming a focal point for companies wishing to deliver a truly seamless multichannel customer experience.

The report is based on a global survey which has attracted more than 1,000 respondents and set a record for this on-going series of reports.

The following sections are featured in the report:

  • Driving engagement and brand-building in the digital age
  • Technology should be an enabler, not a barrier
  • The mobile train has left the station – are you on board?
  • CMS shouldn’t sit within its own silo
  • Move towards integrated platforms
  • Importance of ease of use and smooth workflow in the tablet era
  • Making WCM social
  • Ownership versus decision-making: marketers need to take control

Findings include:

  • Companies are almost as likely to disagree as agree that their CMS 'facilitates a brand-enhancing digital presence'.
  • Organizations are very aware that their ability to be effective is tied to the integration of their CMS with other business and marketing platforms.
  • While marketers are taking ownership of content management and customer experience, IT departments often make the decision about which CMS to implement.

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Econsultancy's Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefings, sponsored by Adobe, look at some of the most important trends affecting the marketing landscape. You can access the other reports in this series here.


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  • Excel Disabled From Content Management to Customer Experience Management Data (48.7 KB Microsoft Excel)

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