dotCMS recognized as High Performer and Best Support by G2 – Spring 2021

March 24, 2021
Jason Smith

 2020 was a challenging year for everyone, but at dotCMS, we took this time to continue to drive innovation in our product and our company. We are proud to be recognized by G2 and our customers for our achievements this past year.

G2 Awards for DXP Spring 2021

This quarter G2 recognized dotCMS for the following categories:

If there is one thing this past year has taught us, it’s that we are all in this together. Over the past twelve months, dotCMS has doubled our support staff and introduced new processes and technology to better support our customers.

DXP Landscape Report

G2 DXP Grid Report

The DXP landscape, see how dotCMS compares to the top Digital Experience Platforms according to actual user reviews.


As our customers take on the challenges of rapid digital transformation dotCMS has worked hard to support them through that process. We have also expanded our technical and implementation partner network. This along with our growing support team, has allowed us to make significant progress, particularly in the Enterprise space.

As we look forward to the rest of 2021 and, hopefully a transition back to normalcy, we are committed to our continuation of innovation and providing the best support possible to our customers.

Jason Smith
Chief User Experience Officer

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