Episerver personalisation labelled Visionary by Gartner
The leading customer experience CMS scores highly in latest industry analysis
For the first time ever, Gartner have published a Magic Quadrant specifically focussed on personalisation and Episerver has been labelled as the most visionary tool in the market. The report highlighted Episerver’s dedication to Customer Success with support and ongoing, proactive optimisation being a real brand differentiator. Episerver’s strong product roadmap and clear vision for the direction of digital personalisation was also highlighted as a key strength.
Episerver also scored highly In Gartner’s Web Content Management Magic Quadrant, being highlighted as a Leader and making up significant ground on key competitors, Adobe and Sitecore. This is the 4th year in a row Episerver has been recognised as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant and was ranked 3rd overall for Completeness of Vision and 4th overall for Ability to Execute.
"Marketing leaders at midmarket B2B companies, and retail and manufacturing brands should consider Episerver."
Episerver was also one of only 3 vendors to make it into the Magic Quadrant for both Personalisation and Digital Commerce, highlighting the broad product offering across content management, digital marketing, digital commerce, personalisation and AI.
For brands looking to offer a single, integrated customer experience, Episerver stands out as a CMS tool that needs to be seriously considered when approaching a web development project. As an Episerver Premium Partner, we are well-placed to advise on how to cost-effectively achieve your goals.
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