CoreMedia Named a Visionary in the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant After Record Growth Year

Evaluation based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute


HAMBURG and SAN FRANCISCO, October 4, 2016 — CoreMedia, a leading platform for content and digital experience management, today announced that it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. as a Visionary in the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management.[1] This is CoreMedia’s seventh year being named as a Visionary in the WCM Magic Quadrant. We feel this is just one example of CoreMedia executing its vision and strategy well in 2016 helping drive the company and solutions closer to the leadership quadrant.

“As the market evolves, so must the solutions that help attract, convert and retain customers,” said Doug Heise, VP of Marketing at CoreMedia. “CoreMedia’s Digital Experience Platform ensures organizations are agile, innovative and able to differentiate online in the world of the omni-channel customer. We continue to execute well in the market with a growing customer base and partner community that takes full advantage of our technology. I believe we are well situated to take a leadership position in the future.” 

CoreMedia will continue to expand across multiple markets and introduce significant product enhancements in the areas of usability, global brand management, collaboration and advanced e-Commerce integrations. This year CoreMedia announced integrations with IBM WebSphere Commerce and SAP Hybris, providing broader access to the company’s next generation e-Commerce solutions. Additionally, a growing number of customers including Office Depot, Calvin Klein, U-Haul and Graybar take advantage of CoreMedia’s Digital Experience Platform to enhance their customers’ experience.

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[1] Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management,” by Mick MacComascaigh, Jim Murphy, September 28, 2016.