320% ROI Using Kontent.ai

Data from a recent Total Economic Impact study

Kontent.ai has released the findings from Forrester’s Total Economic Impact study. The results indicate that companies using the headless CMS can achieve a 320% ROI over three years.

“Everything we do at Kontent.ai is driven by our strong desire to bring more value to our customers. We’ve had many customers confirm a significant return on investment after implementing our platform. Today we are thrilled to share evidence of the 320% ROI in The Total Economic Impact™ Of Kontent.ai study,” said Vojtech Boril, Vice President of Growth & Marketing.

Elsewhere, RWS acquires legal-focused CMS Propylon, CrafterCMS unveils version 4.1 of its software, and the MACH Alliance launches its MACH maturity assessment tool.

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