dotCMS and Authentic Announce Partnership

Feb 26, 2017

Miami, Florida – dotCMS, a leading Java-based content management system, and Authentic, a Digital Agency, today announced they have entered into a partnership agreement to support dotCMS’s rapid growth in the US.

“We’re excited about the expansion of our capabilities to offer clients a robust tool and dedicated management team in dotCMS that will allow both firms to continue growth in the US and beyond,” says David Roe, CEO of Authentic. “As a global company, we now have the ability to further tailor our offerings and service models to meet the individual needs of each client by better serving our ever-growing list of both international clients, and clients supporting a global brand presence.”

dotCMS, as both a company and a technology, fits with Authentic’s overall vision to work with enterprise-level clients create authentic digital experiences for their customers. dotCMS, a java-based CMS tool, provides flexibility, ease of implementation, and faster-to-market solutions that appeals to clients in today’s fast-paced, results-driven marketing environment.

“Authentic’s vision for the future of digital marketing, passion for quality, and culture of innovation is what we find compelling,” added Tim Brigham, CEO of dotCMS. “We are at the forefront of where customers want to go digitally, and Authentic has demonstrated with their success that clients agree with that thinking. I couldn’t be more excited to see where our partnership takes both of us.”

About dotCMS

dotCMS is a content management system that helps global enterprises with multiple brands, subsidiaries and franchises, manage, optimize and scale content across languages and channels. Brands such as Dairy Queen, Newell, Firstmac, Telus and Comcast have chosen dotCMS for its unique ability to manage thousands of sites and consolidate multiple CMS' onto a single, unified instance of dotCMS to streamline content operations across teams while saving money on platform costs.

dotCMS' hybrid approach to content management also means that companies have the choice to deliver content traditionally or headlessly. Headless developers can work within the front-end framework of choice, while still providing marketers with visual editing tools so they can go-to-market with their business-critical content and decrease their dependency on technical teams.