Falcon Software’s core expertise is in delivering complex CMS and DXP
solutions to organizations across North America for almost three decades.
At a minimum, a CMS powers an organization’s website and applications by providing workflow, reporting, organizing, and user administration tools. For some small organizations, these tools might be all that are needed. But for most, they’re just the beginning.
Falcon Software offers a maturity model solution driven by growing expectations for services that start from delivering basic informational CMS websites using WordPress and Drupal, all the way up to fully transactional and integrated DXP solutions using Kentico, Progress Sitefinity, Sitecore and Strapi.
WordPress is an open-source content management system with plugin architecture and template themes primarily used for basic informational type websites.
Drupal is an open-source web content management system with DX-related technologies that optimize user experiences and is primarily used for interactional websites.
Kentico and Sitefinity enable Falcon Software to tailor DXP solutions, empowering our client’s omnichannel experiences through two highly scalable and value-driven platforms.
Sitecore is a composable DXP and Strapi is a headless, open-source CMS used for rich customer experiences that offer a highly personalized and connected journey.
What is the difference between a CMS and DXP solution? Simply put, a CMS is needed to deliver content including editorial, workflow, reporting, security, and user administration. A DXP provides the full suite of tools to deliver personalized experiences that scale and connect across all channels. While a CMS supports the orchestration and delivery of the content essential to digital experiences, a DXP goes beyond this by providing automation and smart delivery across websites and portals, mobile apps and IoT devices.
Many things have changed over the last thirty years, but what hasn't changed is our total commitment to the work we do and the clients we serve.