To stay competitive in the digital era, today’s businesses are evolving to drive customer engagement and improve user experience. To achieve these goals and simplify the process of website development, many organizations are taking a decoupled, headless approach to application architecture for their content management systems (CMS).
Developers, who traditionally built a CMS to be managed through a single interface, are now relying on decoupled front and back-end solutions, which provide benefits in architecture, personalization, website and SEO performance and overall business value. However, not all CMS are created equal. While most CMS solutions can be headless, many platforms lack personalization features, such as analytics and reporting, marketing automation and multivariate testing, which are critical components for success in today’s consumer-driven landscape.
Many organizations are choosing Sitecore JSS because the platform allows developers to architect headless applications, significantly simplifying the process of building websites that elevate the user experience and increase customer engagement.