In the high-tech industry, digital innovation is the key to staying ahead of the competition. Innovation revolutionizes all core business processes in high-tech, from marketing and sales, to design and production.
dotCMS works with high-tech brands making the transition to “as-a-service” in order to focus on new business models and revenue streams. AI-powered man/machine collaboration for front-end business processes, for instance, is already the soon-to-be standard across the entire digital supply chain of high-tech products and services—and dotCMS is helping the industry take that leap.
Fuel the digital supply chain with engaging data and content to drive customer experience and operational excellence across all touchpoints.
Seamlessly integrate with today's best-of-breed technologies to build out a connected and continuous experience for your customers.
Power the foundation of your digital experience platform with an API-first content foundation, with API Tooling that matters.
Build content experiences with NoCode tooling catering time-to-value with the speed of light.
Get the most out of your digital ambition and build the best-of-breed Digital Marketing platform that works and doesn’t break the bank.
Consume content anywhere, anytime with dotCMS Cloud.
Seamless interoperability with open APIs and LowCode API tooling to build your best-of-breed platform.
Easily ensure content relevance and personalized digital experiences.
Leverage all SEO best practices to rank higher in search engines.
Build high-performing delivery platforms with built-in caching.
Experience undisrupted editor experiences in headless, native, or hybrid environments with preview, inline editing, drag & drop, template editing, and personalization.
Java infrastructure and multi-tenant capabilities allow you to scale across your organization quickly and easily.
Although they are a global leader in telecommunications, their existing CMS implementation, based on Oracle and Adobe —two suite CMSs— couldn't support their global-scale operations. Their systems were not intuitive to use, even for tech-savvy editors, and slowed down content publishing. Marketers complained that the platform felt obsolete and clunky.