Contentstack Launches Partner Program to Fuel Adoption of Leading Headless CMS Platform
Industry-Leading Headless Content Management System Beefs up Security and Launches Partner Program
Built.io announced new security enhancements to Contentstack, its award-winning content management system (CMS), which was recently recognized as a Technology Innovator in CMS by Aragon Research. In addition to the new features, Built.io also announced a new partner program that offers unique benefits to the broad ecosystem of digital creative agencies, web and mobile development companies and software technology provides that has grown around Contentstack.
Contentstack is Built.io’s award-winning CMS that unifies, simplifies and accelerates content management. Built.io Contentstack empowers organizations to consolidate content management across channels via a single CMS and enables IT to enforce policies and establish best practices. Enterprises across all industries are adopting Contentstack, with marquee customers including Axiom, Cisco, JD Power, and the Miami Heat, among others.
To enhance its existing security features, Contentstack has implemented both single sign-on (SSO), which provides customers with enhanced controls over user authorization, as well as two-factor authentication, which adds a second layer of protection through the use of a one-time code delivered via SMS or the Authy mobile app.
With SSO, companies can leverage the credentials of their preferred identity provider rather than creating and managing a separate set of Contentstack usernames and passwords. The SSO integration in Contentstack is powered by the industry standard Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0 (SAML 2.0), which is compatible with popular identity providers and solutions, including those provided by its partners SAP (SAP Single Sign On), Microsoft (Azure and ADFS) and VMware (Workspace ONE). The bottom line for customers is enterprise-grade security, easier collaboration across business applications and improved compliance.
New Partner Program
The Contentstack partner program offers exclusive incentives, expert training and certification options, as well as enhanced support only available to Contentstack partners. Partners are also able to tap into Contentstack’s marketing investment and benefit from participating in go-to-market activities, including joint webinars, content production, events and demand generation campaigns.
“We are CMS experts and over the last 17 years have delivered a broad range of websites, microsites and communities using a variety of off-the-shelf and custom-built CMS solutions. When we discovered Contentstack, we were delighted by the flexibility it offers our team of designers and developers. We are excited about partnering with Contentstack and offering our clients the power of a headless CMS that encourages digital creativity while maintaining the highest standards in enterprise reliability and security,” said Pete Czech, CEO of New Possibilities Group.
Nikki Barua, CEO of BeyondCurious, added, “Contentstack has been a key part of the technology stack in enabling our customers in their digital transformation journeys. The new partner program makes it attractive for us to double down on Contentstack because it gives us a commercial edge along with the technology advantage.”
Neha Sampat, CEO of Built.io, informed, “Contentstack experienced significant growth in 2017, and we’ve designed our partner program to make it even easier for digital creative agencies, and software, mobile app and web developers to adopt our award-winning CMS that now incorporates the industry’s leading security and authentication standards. Our partner program is designed to amplify this momentum and bring Contentstack to even more organizations looking to reimagine content management and accelerate their digital transformations.”
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