Successfully executing an enterprise-level Adobe Experience Manager (formerly called Adobe CQ5) implementation requires a technical team that understands the unique development challenges a custom CMS poses, and a creative team experienced in component-driven design. This integrated approach results in an Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) implementation that delivers relationship-building digital experiences for your customers, and an easy-to-use content authoring experience for your marketers.
With more than 10 implementations to date, including many for Adobe’s own corporate websites, Celest technical and creative teams are experts in delivering Adobe Experience Manager implementations that will maximize your investment by easing the burden on your IT departments, and empowering your marketers with the content and campaign control they need to increase sales and profitability.
We also provide fully customized demos that allow you to experience your existing website as an Adobe Experience Manager instance.
When integrated with the digital marketing tools of Adobe Marketing Cloud, Adobe Experience Manager becomes a powerful platform for attracting, engaging, and converting customers all across the digital landscape.
Integrating Adobe Experience Manager with Adobe Marketing Cloud enables you to:
Commit a few weeks to a strategy phase to assess your current state, define requirements, mitigate risks and create the AEM reuse and implementation strategy across multiple domains.
An AEM implementation is complex and carries risks. Manage risks and learn about AEM development, integration, and authoring by first implementing AEM on a pilot site, and then on a flagship site.
Bring in an outside partner for specific AEM expertise and experience. Demand visibility into the implementation process to make sure the functionality can be maintained after the partner leaves.
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Combine your internal team with an experienced implementation partner. The collaboration leads to a greater likelihood of self-sufficiency for your organization following launch.
Adapt and modernize business processes to suit the strengths of AEM. It can improve organizational efficiency and user experience. AEM implementations get expensive when you ignore business process.
Think creatively about how AEM templates and components can be built or modified to suit the needs of multiple web pages, websites and business units. It will lead to less cost overall.
Quality Assurance(QA) is critical to success, but it is often a bottleneck. Invest in QA resources to increase delivery team throughput.
Authors provide insights about how AEM and existing processes can be blended, modified, or created to improve publishing. Enrolling authors also helps AEM adoption after site launch.
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