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  • WEM: Engaging Across Channels is Essential

    You already know that your website is an important part of your business strategy. But as devices and channels grow in number, it's not the only channel you need to focus on. Unfortunately, in many cases the user experience across different touchpoints varies broadly and the results clunky or impersonal.

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  • Forrester: Most U.S. Internet Consumers Using Multiple Channels

    Your website is your primary communication tool, so you give it plenty of love. However, research says this is not sufficient as more than 70% of U.S. Internet consumers are now using multiple channels.

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  • CoreMedia and Forrester: Cross Channel User Experiences Must Improve

    Demanding modern consumers want not only rich, engaging online experiences, but, according to Forrester's research, they also expect these experiences to extend transparently across multiple channels -- from the web to call centers, to direct mail, mobile, social networks and in-store displays. In fact, recent research says that more than 70% of U.S. consumers use the Web plus another channel when making purchase decisions. We've

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  • CoreMedia V Web CMS: Social, Adaptive and Open

    We said it was coming and come it has. CoreMedia (news, site) has announced the latest version of its web content management system as IMS 2009. A Complete Communications Suite CoreMedia V is a full featured web content managemen t suite that contains everything you need to

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  • CoreMedia Launches New Web CMS at IMS 2009

    CoreMedia is set to show off the latest version of their web content management system at the IMS 2009 this week. They call it a fully integrated platform that combines core content management, social networking, enterprise integration and multi-touchpoint delivery.

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  • European CMS Market Cluttered, but Wide Open

    Choices, choices, choices... but no big players yet. That's the message for European CMS technology buyers, according to the European edition of the CMS Report by CMS Watch, released today. "Standard", and "Enterprise" -- for large multi-site projects -- editions are available.This 10th edition of the Report, is the first

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