The Sitecore Web CMS, built on the .NET platform, provides a range of features designed to address both SMB and Enterprise client needs.
Core functionality includes templating, multi-lingual support, version control, mobile rendering, workflows and more.
The Sitecore offering aims to provide an "all in one" solution for digital marketers.
Primary Use Cases
Enterprise-class Web CMS. Enterprise-class Digital Experience Management.
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