The business benefits are huge. We don't have to spend so many resources now just getting content out. It allows us to use our development resources much more wisely now.
What's the difference between CMS, headless CMS and content infrastructure?
Headless makes content reusable
Traditional CMS — content management systems — mash up content and formatting for a single purpose, making that content impossible to reuse in other digital products. Headless CMS fixes that problem, keeping content and presentation separate.
Infrastructure makes content scalable
Content infrastructure has the benefits of headless, but also unifies all of your content in a single, structured repository. Now, you can develop digital products and edit their content simultaneously, and control everything from a unified hub. That's not just headless — that's really smart.
How to get started: Content first, always
Unlike headless and decoupled CMSes, where you might struggle to fit your content into predefined categories, content infrastructure lets you create a tailored model from the get-go. Your content model is purpose-built — it's defined by you, so it perfectly fits your needs.
Head and shoulders above headless
If you're thinking of making the move from traditional CMS to headless CMS, consider a solution that's more trusted by enterprise businesses and more recognized by analysts than any other headless vendor. We're cloud-native, API-first, and loved by digital teams at some of the world's leading brands.