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Five Reasons to Choose Vignette (or Not…)

I promise, it’s purely a coincidence that the blog’s been so Vignette heavy lately. I still have to write something about Vignette’s new QuickSite and how it “Speeds Web Site Development” — that one is sitting in the assignment queue for later today.

But earlier today, an article I co-authored with John Conroy (and which was beautifully edited by Brice Dunwoodie) went out. This one was in response to Vignette’s e-mails to CMSWire about why the vendor is so grand and why customers must choose V vs competition. Here it goes:

It’s hard to know what the deal is with Vignette. Poor financial results and some unflattering press throughout the summer suggest all’s not well with this aristocratic web and enterprise content management brand. But awards aplenty and an enduring client-base chock-full of marquee names suggests the opposite.

The company has been kicked around a little bit lately in the press. And so, cutting a long story short, we got in contact with Dave Dutch, senior VP for products and marketing, to give him the chance to craft some arguments for why our readers should pick Vignette ahead of its competitors. Wedged inline we also offer our own observations on these views. Pass the jump to burrow yourself in.

Full article is here:

Five Reasons to Choose Vignette (or Not…)

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