OVUM gives high remarks to dotCMS

Oct 04, 2010

Miami FL – 5 October 2010 - OVUM (formerly The Butler Group), a leading provider of Information Technology research, analysis, and advice, recently released a Technology Audit covering the most recent dotCMS release, dotCMS Enterprise 1.9. The report highlights the product’s usability and fit for organizations that do not staff application developers.


The audit – available to all at - is an in-depth analysis of the product including functionality, product analysis, product operation, deployment and product roadmap.


Quotes from the report include:


“one of the most developed open-source offerings on the market”


“dotCMS offers many capabilities that contribute to the solution’s overall usability, and in Ovum’s opinion the solution offers the kind of neat non-cluttered user interface that business users require in order to successfully use the product.”


Since the report was published, dotCMS has launched 1.9.1. The newest release adds an additional 10 features to the core product.

About dotCMS

dotCMS is the most agile, scalable and secure content management system for enterprise. Built on leading Java technology, dotCMS is an open-source, hybrid-headless content management system that gives developers the flexibility of a headless CMS while equipping marketers with no-code visual content authoring.  Whether you're building a network of global websites, an employee intranet, customer portal, or single page web application, dotCMS helps you manage content, images, and assets in one centralized location and deliver them to any channel.

Founded in 2003, dotCMS is a privately held US company with a global network of certified development partners and an active open source community. dotCMS has generated millions of downloads and more than 100,000 implementations and integration projects worldwide. Notable customers include: Telus, Standard & Poors, Hospital Corporation of America, Royal Bank of Canada, Comcast, Thomson Reuters, Dairy Queen, City Furniture, Varo Bank, Lennox International, Firstmac and Newell Brands.