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Easy and free Content Management for Commerce Cloud.
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The Live Editor is a modular design system, enabling you to create new pages in seconds.
Publish your created pages and even schedule your online content on a module level.
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The Content Management System MOMENTVM is exclusively made for Salesforce Commerce Cloud. We are an official Partner of Salesforce. We have worked over two years to perfect the onboarding of Salesforce Commerce Cloud brands to our platform. It’s easy, it’s seamless and it uses only Salesforce standard features!
Create inspiring content with the Live Editor
The Live Editor is a modular design system, enabling you to create new pages in seconds. It is as easy as using the simple CMS WordPress and you get a simple and beautiful content management for Commerce Cloud.
Speed to market with AtomicTranslations
If you operate in multiple countries, your bottleneck is in the localization process. The MOMENTVM atomic translations include that localizable text is its own separate unit.
This separates content structure from the translation workflow, makes localized content reusable and enables a powerful integration into translation providers. Also you can continue editing your content structure, while your page is in translations.
MOMENTVM is an official Salesforce Commerce Cloud LINK Certified Partner.
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“When looking for a CMS in 2017 to be used in connection with Salesforce
Commerce Cloud, we could not imagine at that time, that the MOMENTVM CMS
would have such a positive impact on the success of the Stokke Website.”
Yann Milin, Global Project Manager/ Product Owner E-commerce Stokke
SELECTED is a fashion brand of BESTSELLER AS – Bestseller is a Danish family-run textile retail company. It is one of the largest European clothing companies. Other well known brands are Jack & Jones, Only or Vero Moda.
The CMS has been in use at the brand SELECTED since the beginning of 2020.
Stokke AS is a Norwegian manufacturer of prams and baby furniture based in Ålesund. Today, the company is Norway’s second largest furniture manufacturer.
Stokke has been one of our customers since the end of 2017 and is successfully using the MOMENTVM Commerce Cloud.
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Content management system introduction: use cases and benefits you should to get more customers.
You’ve probably read a lot about why you should invest in content marketing, but rarely do any of those posts go beyond the basics of Content Management Systems (CMS) or explain why you need it. Let’s get to the bottom of it. Content marketing is an insanely valuable tool for businesses of all sizes and in all industries – but what exactly is it? Quite simply, CM helps you communicate with the customer you want to reach. But we all know that “communication” involves much more than just sharing words to read on a page or screen. It means taking on the challenge of providing reader-friendly text and making it interesting enough so that your visitors remember you fondly again and again.
First and foremost, what is content?
Content is the conversation you have with your customers.
More specifically, it is the collection of content: Text, images, recordings, and videos that customers consume to engage with your brand.
This blog post? Is a piece of web content. That Instagram story you just viewed? The icon you clicked to schedule a virtual visit? Also content. Browsing the latest products on your favorite e-commerce sites? That’s content, too. News articles, banner ads, posts on social media, and even something as simple as the logo on a mobile app are content.
But when we talk about content in the context of customer engagement, it usually refers to some form of digital text, images, videos, or audio recordings.
A content management system (CMS) for Salesforce Commerce Cloud is a technology platform that allows you to create, edit, produce and customize digital content, usually for the web and specifically for SFCC (former Demandware). Today, most content management systems offer more than just basics, supporting indexing, search, and SEO. The basic use of a CMS is simple: creating and updating digital content for internal or external publishing.
A CMS app does more than just manage your content. A content management system leverages your content to build better relationships with your target audience and customer. Businesses want to create, manage and deliver the right content to the right customer in the right place, across the entire customer journey – from marketing to purchase to support, loyalty and beyond. This can provide tremendous benefits to businesses.
For example, content can engage users or customers and recommend or launch new products. Additionally, it can guide customers on how to use your product in different ways or replace parts by themselves. By doing so, content improves service overall.
In our increasingly digital world, content can help bring a brand experience to life when an in-person visit is not possible. Content can drive sales, generate leads, and increase customer and partner engagement.
The key to content success: know your goals to create a compelling, end-to-end journey for your customers, and know what content will keep them engaged along the way.
Consider this blog post. A blog post is one of the most common content types found in a CMS. Within that one blog post, there are several sub-contents (content within content!): a publish date, an author, a title, a banner image – even the image that appears at the top of the page – and the text. If you look at the entire page you’re reading, you’ll find even more content, such as related blog posts, industry reports, or even embedded videos.
Blog posts are just one type of content you can create with a CMS and prepare for publishing. There are countless other content types, including product catalogs, FAQs, press releases, and news articles … a complete list of text- and image-based content is beyond the scope of this article. And many CMS can also provide even more complex content types, such as podcasts or videos.
Commerce Cloud is the world’s leading B2C and B2B commerce solution. Commerce Cloud is a multi-instance, cloud-based commerce platform that enables brands to create intelligent, unified buying experiences across all channels – mobile, social, web and in-store.
What does Commerce Cloud do?
Commerce Cloud is designed to help brands launch fast, grow fast, and reach more customers. Our technology leverages the power of the cloud to create innovative customer experiences that convert visitors into buyers and drive brand loyalty. With next-generation artificial intelligence infused into every aspect of the platform, we enable 1-to-1 personalization without the need for data scientists. And with our robust technology partner ecosystem and team of industry experts supporting you from planning to launch and beyond, you can focus on your growth.
In the early days of the Internet, you couldn’t publish content unless you knew HTML or had a developer on hand. As you can imagine, both content creators who had to share updates with customers and developers who had to deal with non-stop content requests found the process frustrating.
Over time, various CMS tools appeared that solved this problem and made content development easier for anyone, with or without a computer science degree. These tools allow non-developers to create, modify, and publish content to a web audience, typically with a WYSIWYG (“what you see is what you get”) editing tool.
Today, we are in a “post-web” era where customers interact with brands across many digital touchpoints. With this, CMS technology has also evolved to support content delivery across all channels – more distribution channels, types of content, and content development processes. If we look at the current market, we find three main categories of CMS:
Widely used coupled CMS include most legacy systems (legacy systems) with roots in the early days of the Web. These legacy systems couple the creation and modification of content to the “touchpoint” of presentation, such as a website. In a coupled CMS, the management and presentation layers cannot be separated.
Many content creators who have been involved in content development for a long time are familiar with this technology. It also provides a simplified framework for companies that have a digital presence only on the Web (which is fewer and fewer companies these days).
Coupled CMS may not support the breadth of modern content destinations, such as smart devices, wearables, and custom apps or personalized experiences in portals.
This type of CMS solves the challenges of coupling creation and presentation by eliminating the presentation touchpoint or presentation “head.” You use a headless CMS to create and modify content, but that content must be fed into a separate presentation app.
Since your content is not entangled with the presentation layer, you can send it anywhere and have full control over how and where your content is presented.
A headless CMS requires more time and money spent on external presentation channels.
A hybrid CMS provides a native experience channel or touchpoint, but also gives you the flexibility to present content at any touchpoint based on a third-party system. In this context, native experience means that the content was created on the same platform as the presentation channel. So if your CMS is primarily a blog platform, the posts you create will be part of that platform, as will the website through which those blog posts are made available to readers. This flexibility allows a hybrid CMS to be used in conjunction with a legacy CMS.
Save time by using the integrated experience templates and presentation tools. Have complete control over content presentation, both inside and outside the main CMS. This gives customers a fully connected content experience regardless of channel.
Some hybrid solutions are not as flexible as headless solutions when it comes to publishing to IoT or cross-platform devices. But with the right hybrid CMS, you can overcome this obstacle and create engaging, connected digital experiences.
The evolution of content management systems continues: the topic of personalization is creating new momentum. As part of the digital transformation, companies are developing digital experiences that have higher relevance for their customers. The stated goal: to provide each individual user with an experience tailored to their needs – regardless of where they interact with a brand, whether on a website, via a mobile app, or on social media.
Many are turning to artificial intelligence to drive personalization – and that makes sense. So why not combine CMS and CRM to accelerate personalization? As CRM-powered and content-rich customer and partner portals deliver better experiences, a CMS must support the content side of this vision. A hybrid CMS that offers both the benefits of a coupled CMS and the flexibility of a headless system is an important building block for creating better digital experiences.