EContent’s Trendsetting Products of 2015

May 04, 2015

May 2015 Issue

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Article ImageI rely on dozens of tools every day to get my job done. We all do, but tools are especially important in the digital media industry. Whether you need a CMS to control your digital experience or an analytics tool to tell you how you’re doing, you require the right tools at every step of your journey. More and more, tools are helping us do everything from predict which content will perform best to predict when your readers are most likely to buy an umbrella.

The tools available to us are pushing new limits. Here at EContent, we turned to our inboxes, our coverage, and our contributors to find out what those trendsetting products are in 2015. We hope that you find these tools as interesting and as potentially helpful as we do!

—THERESA CRAMER, EDITOR

ProductProduct Showcase
Acrolinx 4.0Showcase
Act-On 
Adobe Experience Manager 
Adobe Target 
Altova Mobile TogetherShowcase
App Annie 
Appzine Machine 
Aquafadas 
Beneath the Ink 
Cloudwords 
Cogito APIShowcase
Contently 
Crafter Studio 
Curata 
Demandbase’s B2B Marketing Cloud 
eBooks in Motion 
Flurry 
Hippo CMS 
HubSpot 
hybris Marketing 
iAPPS Content Manager 
InboundWriter 
Joomla! 
Kenshoo Halogen 
Kenshoo Local 
Krux’s Cross-Screen DMP 
Mag+ 
Magzter 
MarkLogic 
Medium 
MobileIron 
Moboom’s DevKit 
NewsCred 
NEWSCYCLE Content 
Oculus Rift 
OneSpot 
Opentopic 
Oracle Marketing Cloud 
Oracle MobileShowcase
PaperShare 
Physical Web  
Piqora 
Pixability v3 
PresslyShowcase
PublishThisShowcase
Qlik Sense 
Rubric 
Salesfusion 
SDL Customer Experience Cloud 
SDL Trados Studio 
Shareablee 
Sitecore Experience Platform 
Skyword 
Sling TV 
Smartling 
Storyful 
Telerik’s Sitefinity Digital Experience Cloud  
Telerik’s Test Studio 
thePlatform’s mpxShowcase
Tinypass’ Applause 
Tinypass’ Paywall 
Tubular 
Vibrant’s In-Text 
Vibrant’s Storyboard 
vidIQ 
WeatherFX 
WordPress 
Yactraq 
ZEFR 
Zumobi Brand Integration platform 

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