Sitecore CMS (Content Management System) is another .NET based Content Management System like SharePoint or DotNetNuke (open source), developed by a Denmark-based company called Sitecore which is commercially available for you to host your Enterprise/Non-profit/Government organization websites.
Here are some of the key USPs that you may want to know about Sitecore:
- Framework: Sitecore has a Powerful and Scalable Framework that caters to the day-to-day online website needs from various audiences like Content Authors, Marketers, Auditors, Designers, SEO/SEM Experts, and Developers.
- Integration: Sitecore makes 3rd party integrations a cake-walk with its wide support for Modules (a terminology used in the Sitecore world for product add-ons), from its store called Sitecore MarketPlace.
- Magic Quadrant: Sitecore earns highest spot in Ability to Execute axis as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for WCM
- UI: Sitecore has a powerful and intuitive User Interface with utmost priority given to usability and user experience
- Marketing: Sitecore’s Online Marketing Suite provides you with detailed user insight, including GeoIP and website experience information that helps drive conversions
- Multi-lingual Support: Sitecore allows editors to work in their native languages, providing multilingual capabilities based on diverse user audiences. Coordinate versions of your site in other languages and easily translate content
- Multi-Site Deployment: Award-winning Sitecore architecture enables you to manage and deploy an unlimited number of sites that can share content, code and processes, allowing you to efficiently manage web properties
- Security: Sitecore offers incredible security down to component and element levels, providing sophisticated permission management, external authentication support and authorization systems
- Rapid Development: With modules like SXA, Sitecore makes developers’ lives easier by reducing errors and increasing programming speed
- SEO: Sitecore natively delivers URLs that improve organic search results. Combining a simple alias or vanity URL leads visitors directly to the information they require