Today at SAP’s TechEd Conference in Las Vegas, SAP officially named Built.io Contentstack as a partner for omnichannel headless content management.
In order to keep up with the constant expectations from customers wanting flawless and consistent digital experiences, we’ve partnered with SAP to remove the headache from developing and managing content across all channels.
At its core, the SAP Cloud Platform Portal enables companies to provide holistic digital experiences by building better ways to push content to users. With Built.io Contentstack, content on websites, mobile apps, IoT, etc. can be delivered with the push of a button and instantly optimized for every screen, device and channel. Built.io Contentstack simplifies and accelerates content management by allowing business users to manage and update content across all channels without the hassle and complexity of a traditional content management system (CMS).
We’re very excited about this new partnership and how it will enable SAP customers to seamlessly deploy their headless CMS platforms. By using the SAP Cloud Platform Portal with Built.io Contentstack, companies can create easy-to-use, enterprise-grade websites, portals and mobile applications and conveniently separate the underlying data structure from the presentation layer. This gives companies the ability to organize content logically without being restricted by visual or device considerations.
Here are just some of the benefits SAP customers will see by using Built.io Contentstack:
- Omni-channel Content Distribution: SAP customers increasingly manage content across more than the traditional web channel. From mobile applications to IoT devices, VR headsets, kiosks and jumbotrons – Built.io Contentstack allows organizations to publish content across all of today’s and tomorrow’s channels
- Guaranteed Uptime: With the CMS decoupled from the website itself, developers can guarantee site uptime and reliability, without any dependency on data being served by the CMS or an underlying database
- Reusable Apps: Content managers can create and package components, such as blogs, resource libraries, events etc. that can be shared and reused as microservices
- Multi-Environment Deployment: Users can create multiple environments (development, staging, production, etc.) and push content everywhere simultaneously, or to one environment at a time
We are looking forward to the future with our friends at SAP, helping its users enjoy how easy it is to use Built.io Contentstack.
Want to see how it works? Be sure to stop by booth #3 in the Engage section of the SAP Experts and Solution Center at SAP TechEd and check out the live demo of Built.io Contentstack! See Built.io Contentstack mentioned in SAP’s press release and on their blog this morning.