Headless CMS in the Enterprise
Discover which skills and technology are required to successfully implement Headless CMS in the Enterprise
Headless Content Management isn't new. Already a staple for boutique implementations for smaller companies and campaign sites, it continues to gain traction in enterprise projects too.
A headless CMS is true to its definition: it is a system primarily used for managing content. It's a CMS without delivery, focusing solely on the creation of content. A headless CMS really shines in certain circumstances when you want to deliver dynamic content (through APIs) into a mobile app; publish content across platforms, channels, and devices; and create sites and apps with custom user experience (UX) design.
This eBook covers the considerations you should take into account before you dive in so you have the right skills and technology in place as well as what to pay attention to when it comes to the cost of ownership to ensure successful digital transformation in your organization.
Topics we cover include:
- How to use Ibexa DXP headless, full stack or hybrid
- Mapping out key functionalities required
- What skills and technology are required
- How to pay attention to TCO and budget for growth
- Architecting for constant change.