How to boost your Web Content Management (WCM) Magic Quadrant position

Being listed in the Gartner WCM Magic Quadrant can increase your revenue and grow your pipeline

Can you answer YES to the below?

  • Are your competitors getting better results — even when their product is inferior?
  • Are you struggling to ‘move the dot’ in your MQ?
  • Do your references seem to say something different when they talk to you and the analysts?
  • Did you not manage to get included?

We are here to help. This is exactly what we do

We are a team of former senior Gartner analysts who’ve written and reviewed hundreds of Magic Quadrants such as the Web Content Management MQ. We have an in-depth understanding of the factors for Magic Quadrant success and are uniquely placed to give tangible advice that will add value when responding to the WCM Magic Quadrant.

Looking to get into this MQ
Looking to improve your position
Our clients tell us that we really help them in this area.

“We use The Skills Connection to support our general interactions with Gartner analysts and to support our efforts in two Magic Quadrants. Yes, I would recommend them. We have benefited significantly from their expertise, experience and insight in order to improve the way in which we interact with analysts and manage the Magic Quadrant process.”

We often hear these challenges and understand that it can be really frustrating

How we help?

  • Use our extensive experience as former Gartner analysts to make sure your Web Content Management Magic Quadrant responses are the best they can possibly be to ensure success. See: Move the dot in the right direction.
  • Deliver the best possible submission, by delivering a best-practice-driven survey response, a best ever briefing by delivering a differentiated essential story, backed up by evidence, great references and, as appropriate, a memorable focused demo.

 

  • Make sure your references actually improve the result.
  • Get the analyst to see your company/product/service as it is today and not as it was in the past. More: How to improve analyst engagement.
  • Clarify and articulate your company’s vision in a way that aligns to the way in which vision is measured by Gartner.
  • Get your company into the Magic Quadrant for the first time.

 

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Well known companies listed on the WCM Magic Quadrant (2015-2016) include:

Companies listed in the Web Content Management Magic Quadrant include: Hyarchis, Enonic, Jalios, Kentico Software, Idea Futura, Deltatre, Infopark, Limelight Networks, DNN Software, Litium (Stockholm,  Sweden), SAP, Paperthin, Systems Alliance, Progress Software, Magnolia International, OpenText, Imperia, Hannon Hill, Crown Peak, Eidosmedia, Jadu, Jahia, Elcom, Liferay, Netreach Technologies, pTools, Ingeniux, Acquia-Drupal, Ektron ( part of New EPiServer), VYRE (North Plains), Roxen Internet Software, Terminalfour, Omni Update, Salesforce.com, Typo3, Orchard, Zope, Adobe, MarkLogic, Silverpeas, Squiz, Concrete5 CMS, eZ Systems, Sitecore (formerly Commerceserver.net), Bridgeline Digital, Agility, Percussion Software, Content XXL, EPiServer, Content Management (CM4all.com), Dynamicweb Software, Hippo, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Agile Contents, Atex, GX Software, Automattic, e-Spirit, SDL, CoreMedia, Autonomy (HP company), alkacon

Access the Magic Quadrant document

Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management

 

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