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Kentico and Sitecore - A Closer Look at Two Popular CMS Solutions

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We regularly get asked for advice on what the best digital experience platform is by organisations looking to either re-platform or consolidate their current digital platforms. Our unique position and two decades of experience as a partner in delivering enterprise-class solutions on various digital experience platforms give us an in-depth perspective on the pros and cons of each system. In this article, we look at the key differences between offerings from two popular CMS solution vendors, Kentico and Sitecore.

When choosing a digital experience platform (DXP), there are several options available on the market. Two of the most popular choices are Kentico and Sitecore. Both platforms offer many features and functionalities to help organisations create and manage engaging, personalised digital experiences for their customers. However, Kentico and Sitecore have some distinct differences that may make one platform a better fit for your specific needs.

One of the key benefits of Kentico's DXP is its ease of use. The platform features an intuitive, user-friendly interface that makes it easy for non-technical users to create and manage content, without the need for extensive training. Additionally, Kentico offers a wide range of pre-built website templates and widgets, allowing users to quickly build and launch new websites with minimal coding required.

Another major benefit of Kentico is its scalability. The platform is designed to handle high traffic volumes and can easily scale to meet the needs of growing organisations. Kentico also offers a variety of hosting options, including cloud, on-premise and hybrid, which gives organisations the flexibility to choose the best option for their specific needs.

Kentico also offers a robust set of e-commerce capabilities such as a built-in shopping cart, product catalogue, and inventory management. The platform also supports multiple languages, currencies, and tax rules, making it ideal for organisations with a global customer base.

On the other hand, Sitecore also has its own set of benefits. The platform is known for its power to allow organisations to create highly targeted, and personalised experiences for their customers. Sitecore also offers a wide range of analytics and reporting tools, making it easy for organisations to track and measure the performance of their digital experiences.

Sitecore also boasts a wide range of integrations, which provide the ability to connect the platform with other business systems, such as CRM, marketing automation, and analytics tools. Additionally, like Kentico, Sitecore's CMS is built on the Microsoft stack, which may make it a better fit for organisations that are already using Microsoft technologies.

In conclusion, Kentico and Sitecore are both powerful digital experience platforms with many features and functionalities. While Kentico offers a user-friendly interface, scalability, and e-commerce capabilities, Sitecore excels in personalisation and analytics. Organisations looking for a DXP should carefully consider their specific needs and evaluate which platform is the best fit for their organisation.

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