ORLANDO, Fla. – Solodev, the digital customer experience platform built for Amazon Web Services, today announced it has been named a “High Performer” in the Spring 2020 G2 Grid Report for Web Content Management (WCM). This is the eleventh consecutive quarter that the award-winning enterprise CMS has been ranked as a leader amongst G2’s field of competitors.
In this new report, Solodev scored a 92 percent in overall satisfaction among users, positioning them as one of the most well-reviewed vendors on the grid. Solodev also ranked first across four key areas for enterprise usability, including “Best Meets Requirements,” “Easiest to Use,” “Easiest Admin,” and “Best Usability.” The combination of these scores resulted in the highest overall satisfaction rating of any vendor in the WCM category – including Hubspot, WordPress, Kentico, Sitecore, and other well-recognized platforms.
With over 1 million reviews for CMS, CRM, marketing automation, and other digital tools, G2 is a trusted authority for independent user-generated software insights. Each quarter, G2 publishes its Grid Report for Web Content Management, where real platform users provide unbiased reviews of features, capabilities, and overall usability of leading software tools.
“Being recognized as a ‘High Performer’ on the G2 Grid is all about our customers,” said Shawn Moore, chief technology officer of Solodev. “Every single low-code content professional or advanced web developer that uses Solodev is our most important customer. Their feedback is essential to how we improve our product, so we encourage them to have a voice in our roadmap. Our team works every day to provide the best experience when customers use our platform and support. It’s all about them.”
Solodev’s track record of innovation will continue in Q2 as they launch a new Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud platform on AWS. The platform will enable developers and enterprises alike to build a custom “stack” of apps and services from a marketplace that includes CMS, digital marketing, eCommerce, and more. Users can start building for as little as $9/month with access to self-service tools and resources, a community of developers, and the backbone of AWS to secure and scale their websites and applications.
“We’re proud of our history of leadership on the G2 Grid,” said Matt Garrepy, chief digital officer of Solodev. “It reflects our mission to support our ‘solo devs’ as they build websites, deploy apps, and shape the digital customer experience. Our new platform is going to create new ways for them to build, connect, and explore – and we’re excited about what the future holds.”