Coredna – a digital platform vendor built for speed and scale

Have you ever put a new CMS, marketing or e-commerce tool in place to address a specific problem, only to find an ever-increasing workload and new problems emerge? During the recent years, cloud and the software-as-a-service approach have been differentiators in a crowded and fast-moving marketplace, yet these have rarely really addressed the customer need for … Continue reading Coredna – a digital platform vendor built for speed and scale

The Making of ERS 2.0

There are many ways to launch a website and even more ways to use modern tools, frameworks and systems to build the underlying technical platform. Each with different strengths and weaknesses. Thanks to Samuel Pouyt at the European Respiratory Society for sharing the below extensive and detailed technical case study of their new website at … Continue reading The Making of ERS 2.0

Shell rethinks the content creation process

Do you have too much or too little content on your website? Most J. Boye members would lean towards too much, but in private would confess to having way too much content. The examples I've heard in the past decade of J. Boye group meetings are plenty, with websites and digital communication teams drowning in … Continue reading Shell rethinks the content creation process

Kentico now has 2 CMS products

It is not unusual for software vendors of all sizes to release new products, but it is a bit unusual when a vendor releases something overlapping and potentially competing. That’s effectively what Czech-based CMS vendor Kentico did back in November with the release of Kentico Cloud, a completely new and separate product that runs as … Continue reading Kentico now has 2 CMS products

Introducing Concept Software

How can we as software product managers set up radically experimental projects to gauge the viability of new ideas—without risking ongoing business and without confining ourselves to the restrictions of the current business environment? Rasmus Skjoldan is Lead Product Manager at Swiss-based software vendor Magnolia and posted this question at a recent J. Boye Software … Continue reading Introducing Concept Software

Solodev – an innovative enterprise CMS based on AWS

While in Washington DC to moderate a meeting in the J. Boye CMS Expert Group, I had a longer conversation with our member Shawn Moore from software vendor Solodev. We spoke about tech trends, recent developments and how some of the big problems in the industry remain unsolved. Solodev is a Florida-based content management vendor, which rebuilt their … Continue reading Solodev – an innovative enterprise CMS based on AWS

The value of a network: An advisory board of smart friends

What is the value added of being a member of a network which you have to pay for? It’s a simple question with many different potential answers. That’s why we have asked some our members why they joined the J. Boye network. In this blog, Jeff Cram explains how he makes use of the network … Continue reading The value of a network: An advisory board of smart friends

Sharing intranet experiences with peers

The intranet is something employees expect just to work, but doesn’t give much thought to. They have work to do. On the contrary Kester Seibert‘s role at German shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd is giving it a lot of thought. Kester belongs to the IT team which is responsible for the intranet at Hapag-Lloyds headquarter in Hamburg, Germany. In his … Continue reading Sharing intranet experiences with peers