DotCMS and New Version 3.2 Software Release Featured on

May 14, 2015

We’re pleased to announce that dotCMS is the featured Content Management System this week on CMS Critic's review and analysis blog. All week CMS Critic will be featuring articles, blogs, videos and topics related to dotCMS as a company and its latest v3.2 software release.

Version 3.2 of dotCMS, the Java open-source, content management system was released last month and with its introduction, CMS Critic’s Mike Johnston was able to preview and learn highlights thorough a product walkthrough interview with dotCMS CTO Will Ezell. Highlights included a look at using Elasticsearch for geolocation and personalization as well as multi-site management and push publishing.

The walkthrough video plus video interviews with dotCMS CEO, Tim Brigham and Tyler Davey, VP Sales at dotCMS Platinum Partner, Architech (@architechca), were shot  in Toronto Canada at the Architech offices. The three interviews provide insight into what makes dotCMS unique and go on record about using dotCMS as a platform for innovation in content driven applications. CEO Brigham tells CMS Critic’s, Johnston, “…we believe in providing a platform that gives companies the freedom to innovate.” The interviews and articles will be published throughout this week on

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 CMSs onto a single, unified instance of dotCMS to streamline content management across teams while saving money on platform costs.

dotCMS’ universal 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.