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A Web Content Management (WCM) Market and Vendor Overview with Ars Logica

Since the 1990s, Ars Logica founder and industry analyst Tony White has kept close tabs on the WCM market. On this webinar, Tony will share some of his knowledge and provide you with a comprehensive overview of WCM market, covering:

• WCM trends and key drivers in the market.
• Best practices for a successful WCM purchase and (re)implementation.
• Findings from his Compass Guide to WCM, Q4 2017, covering the SDL solution in more detail.
Recorded Jan 16 2018 60 mins
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Tony White, Founder & Industry Analyst, Ars Logica, Arjen van den Akker, Director Product Marketing, SDL
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