What is Dynamicweb?
Dynamicweb is a CMS that was immensely popular in the past. Since then, the usage of the CMS has seen a decline, while other competitors such as WordPress rose up.
(Recommended for medium/large businesses)
Technical knowledge needed
It does require a bit of technical knowledge to set up a simple website yourself. Large and more complex projects require a team of skilled developers.
Like many other CMSs, it enables users to easily publish content for all devices, through different digital channels. You have the ability to use drafts, compare versions and set up workflows.
Ability to customize
Dynamicweb allows enough customization as any other customizable CMS such as WordPress, Drupal or Umbraco. Simple tasks do not require technical skills, but professional help is a must for complex expansions.
Dynamicweb offers an All-in-One platform. It includes Content Management, E-commerce, Product Information Management (PIM), Digital Marketing and Integration Frameworks. The All-in-One platform from Dynamicweb targets medium and large enterprises.
The system has been programmed in C# language. It has a MS-SQL database and it is based 100% on ASP.NET technology from Microsoft making it a powerful e-business engine. It is closed-source.
The diagram bellow shows that .NET language is the second most used server-side programming language. More precisely, 11.01% of all the websites whose server-side programming language we know use it. There are plenty of programmers that can work with the platform, so you may be spending less money in the end.
Internal IT-departments or external agencies handles the customer service, like other CMSs of similar size.
Dynamicweb can manage wide product catalogs and supports heavy traffic. According to w3techs, mostly low-medium traffic sites use Dynamicweb. As with its competitors, the performance depends mostly on how the website is coded and the number of features and tracking. A higher number of plug-ins could affect the performance.
The security of a Dynamicweb website is on par with most other CMSs of its class. Dynamicweb may be harder to hack because it has a closed source and it is not as popular as its competitors.
Dynamicweb requires information (e.g., number of websites or products) from the potential user, so it can draft a pricing plan and a recommendation. A Dynamicweb project may have higher initial cost and total cost of ownership, compared to its competitors.
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