60 Seconds to Start 

Making a Project Viable as Fast as Possible

The dashboard allows an instant start 

After logging in to Scrivito, the user is presented with a dashboard for setting up one or more tenants to start projects – it’s as simple as creating a GMail account. All required parameters are preset with default values down to a complete example application. So it’s really easy to get started.

Replacing an existing system 

Introducing a new Content Management System to an enterprise used to be somewhat nerve racking. Decommissioning a legacy CMS usually cannot be done in one step. This is due to the strong vendor lock-in underlying traditional CMSs: The means by which content is delivered to the front-end and the website or web application are deeply integrated. Replacing them means having to reinvent the front-end and often the complete application. A CMS also hosts content for many systems all of which require reconnection to a new system. Migrating the content is not easy in practice due to hidden database structures. Sometimes, the only way to transfer content from system A to system B is to copy/paste it.

Decommissioning a legacy CMS is often a step-by- step project over a long period of time, requiring the old CMS to be held active and maintained.

"Measurable Success" - White Paper

This blogpost is an excerpt from the “Measurable Success” white paper. You can download it for free to learn about the 10 most relevant factors by which the success of a CMS can be measured.

Pre-configured deployment and pre-fabricated widgets 

While starting is really easy with Scrivito, one objection to replacing a CMS might be that starting is just a small proportion of the project. This is true. Other aspects are the deployment process, the development of the application or website, setting up integrations or the migration of data from other systems. Scrivito provides a complete pre-configured deployment process with well-known providers like AWS, GitHub and Netlify. It can be adapted, if required, but it runs out of the box. And because of its headless approach, transferring content can be automated with batch scripts. Scrivito also comes pre-configured and with great usage examples and documentation. Of course, it is supported by professionally trained and knowledgeable support staff.

Extendable with JavaScript / React.js 

In case the provided widgets are not enough or need to be adapted, you can build and deploy your own ones using JavaScript and React. The measurable result: Less time spent in projects and lower costs of delivering new digital products using a SaaS enterprise CMS that can be customized using JavaScript / React.

Measurable Success

10 points to measure the success of a CMS. Only measuring can indicate what can be improved. Behind every aspect in this paper, there are years of experience in the CMS world from the authors. There are also strong technical skills and a strong belief that it is important to build a new generation of Enterprise SaaS CMS which radically changes the approach to how a CMS needs to meet the next generation of digitalization requirements.

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