Aprimo Launches DAM-centric DXP
The content management system is the de facto foundation of modern Digital Experience Platforms (DXPs). However, DAM vendor Aprimo has decided that a DAM-centric DXP is precisely what the market is missing.
In other news, DXP vendor Piano acquired SocialFlow, CrafterCMS' marketplace gets chatbots, and Brightspot publishes "How an API-first CMS Gives you Ultimate Flexibility" on DXPReport.com.
Aprimo DAM serves as the heart of the DXP where all content is stored and accessed. Incorporating WordPress VIP in the stack ensures that users can easily and seamlessly create and manage content and landing pages from approved on-brand assets available in the DAM.
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Things that caught our eye
- Hullabalook raises $8.2m Series A: The London-based vendor wants to "transform the eCommerce user experience".
- Agility CMS appoints Bob Cellucci as COO: "Adding Bob to our leadership team will aid us in providing additional value for our growing enterprise customer base,” said Agility CMS CEO Jon Voigt.
- Fabric appoints former Amazon leader Stacy Seal as COO: The headless space continues to attract Amazon's finest.
- HeadlessCommercePlatforms.com: A small but growing resource for those looking for lightweight headless commerce platforms.
The word on the street
- [LinkedIn] Thomas Mulreid, Head of Sales at Myplanet, explains headless commerce benefits to business users: "When positioning headless commerce, it’s loved by technology teams but the business users struggle to see the value."
- [Reddit] Headless commerce recommendations for a C#/React shop: Which platform would you recommend?
- [Reddit] This person wants a "simple CMS": Got any CMS recommendations?
- [Reddit] How can devs get out of WordPress land?: Redditors drop their career progression tips.
- [Reddit] Is WordPress becoming a headless CMS?: "I feel as though the future of WordPress, particularly now we've got 5.9 is a focus on a headless CMS interacting with a JS front end."
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