3.72

IBM CORPORATION in Web Content Management Software

  • New York, USA
  • 1911
  • $50BN to $100BN
Sectors
BFSI, Education, Media and Entertainment, Travel and Hospitality, Retail and Consumer Goods, Healthcare and Life Sciences, IT and Telecom, Government and Public Sector
Regions
Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, North America
3.72
Company Overview
IBM Web Content Manager is a WCM application held by the Lotus Software division of IBM. It accelerates digital content development and deployment on-premises or on cloud platform to all types of organizations. Using IBM Web Content Manager, organizations can create, manage, preview, and publish targeted content in minimum time.
USP

IBM highlights the client website assets with content targeting, and presents rich media and content assets from cloud-based Watson content hub. IBM Web Content Manager includes IBM WebSphere Portal, IBM Forms Experience Builders, and IBM Web Content Manager. IBM WebSphere Portal provides enterprise web portals, delivers a highly-personalized, social experience to customers, increases visitor’s response, and helps reduce web operation costs. IBM Forms Experience Builders is a WCM solution which helps in creating web form applications for various employee websites as well as for standalone use. It provides cloud-based deployment of software, controlling and easy access to documents, and integration with employee websites. IBM Web Experience Factory creates applications with rich, interactive digital experiences. It also delivers on desktop browsers, smartphones, tablets and IBM Worklight, custom web portals can be built using this solution.

IBM CORPORATION Popular Comparisons
Evaluated against 211 key buying criteria
Strengths
  • Mobile
  • Others, please specify
  • Pad
  • Content Analytics
  • Digital Asset Management Integration
  • Digital Marketing Management
  • Mobile and Social Content Management
  • Web Creation and Edit Tools
  • Web Experience Management
  • Directly
  • Hosted / On-Cloud
  • Large Enterprises (Revenue> 500 Million)
  • Medium sized enterprises
  • On-Premise
  • Small Enterprise (Revenue< 100 Million)
  • Through Partners / Third-Party Vendors
  • Full Time Equivalent
  • Per User Basis
  • Subscription / Licensing
  • Breadth and Depth of Product Offerings
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IBM CORPORATION Presence in Web Content Management Software
IBM is one of the largest companies. It provides a broad range of products and services in the areas of technology, consulting services, and business analytics. Its products and services are used by companies in various verticals, such as healthcare, retail, and BFSI. IBM aims to integrate digital and artificial intelligence for smarter solutions. The company is focused on developing new technologies and invests significantly in the R&D activities. The company’s R&D spent was 7.2% of its total revenues in 2016. The company focuses on organic as well as inorganic growth strategies such as acquisitions, partnerships, and new product launches pertaining to customer experience management and content management. In October 2014, IBM formed a partnership with Microsoft to enhance its cloud-based offerings and allow it to deploy its web-based offerings on Microsoft Azure, and launched a WCM extension that facilitates the creation of personalized home page, stand-alone blog option, and forum widgets. IBM is concentrating on further expand its network through acquisitions. It acquired Resource/Ammirati, a digital marketing agency, which has offices in multiple states of the US.
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#3 Solutions Offered / Large Enterprises (Revenue> 500 Million)
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#5 Solutions Offered / Small Enterprise (Revenue< 100 Million)

IBM CORPORATION QUADRANTS

IBM CORPORATION has chosen it’s strengths in these 3 territories
  • Niche Quadrant

    All-Middle East and Africa

  • Niche Quadrant

    All-Asia-Pacific

  • Niche Quadrant

    All-Europe