What Are The Take-Aways From The Kentico Connection 2019?

Posted by Eldon Broady on January 27th, 2020

Many of the big topics were covered in the annual Connection conference of Kentico in Denver for the Kentico developer which included the market positioning of Kentico, the rebranding of the Kentico Cloud along with the progress updates on the EMS transition to .Net Core and also MVC.

The Product Positioning Of EMS Vs Cloud

The main point of focus in the Kentico Connection 2019 was considered to be the positioning of the product. Along with that, it also included market fit specifically across their divergent CMS products. Some of the other CMS platforms such as WordPress, Umbraco, Sitecore, and Sitefinity possess headless capabilities to their existing products.

Kentico Cloud Rebranding

The name of Kentico Cloud causes a lot of confusion among the existing customers who mistook it specifically for a SaaS version of the Kentico product. As a result, this rebranding of the Kontent has possibly lasered it on the content architect or manager or editor roles specifically within the enterprise companies.

Along with that, Kontent is also involved in serving this user community in a much better way than any other CMS.

Moving Upmarket

Both of them are specifically involved in attempting an upmarket move. As a result, this upmarket shift is possibly accompanied by an increase in price for both the products.

Final Words

In this way, many of the important things regarding the Kentico were specifically covered in the Kentico Connection 2019. This has again proved to be very helpful for the .net software development company along with the Kentico developers.

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