4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 2, 2016
Pay attention for Compatibility across platform
Innovative UI and simple to roll-out
Compatibility across platform
Have comprehensive support
Compatibility across platform
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 29, 2016
Be mindful of backend system integration needs.
Create a more definitive scope.
Consider additional product options.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 21, 2016
Excellent toolset for teams.
Great scope of tools and support.
Long standing expertise in marketing, publishing, and innovative products.
Develop a more defined product selection process amongst team.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 16, 2016
Very satisfied with the flexibility, low complexity, and low cost when compared to other options.
Plan ahead for resources.
Moved from our previous framework earlier. We considered us to be too entrenched with our legacy framework. Moving to PhoneGap/Cordova was very easy once we started.
Responsive to issues and product is updated frequently.
2 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 15, 2016
AEM is a very powerful tool with many capabilities. In our case, it was too large for our needs and the impact is that we are paying for far more than we are using. The results and the experience from an internal perspective, as well as a consumer perspective, are great - that is not the issue in question. For a company our size, the overall overhead of costs, service, and maintainability do not fit our needs.
Validate your needs first, including scalability and room for innovating change. Then pick a product that best fits your needs.
The vendor could have helped us achieve a better understanding of the product vs needs, instead, they have a customer with buyers remorse.
We've experience long response times.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jul 28, 2016
Adobe did a great job of preparing us for our conversion over to the Adobe Digital Suite.
Go get it.
It is a complete feature set!!
Lack of initial training.
Provide training initially.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jul 5, 2016
Were able to go to market with write once run everywhere on IOS, Android and Blackberry. The changes required were marginal for the 3 platforms and features we chose to implement.
Ensure any device specific features you are looking to use for Mobile applications which are supported by the platform.
The extensibility for the cost.
I got nothing bad to say.
Nothing off the top of my head.
Standardize our web service model and approach for web sites prior to launching Mobile
Ease of creating multiple builds from one code base to support the applications we create.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 3, 2015
Adobe does a great job of providing support when you need it.
Invest some time customizing the tool to your needs.
The UX for content editors is great.
The high price.
I wish they organized their documentation a little better.
We would have customized the DAM to make our lives easier.
It is a very capable platform.
It was great. They were willing to help us whenever we needed them to.
Deployment is kind of tricky. You definitely need to have a deployment expert on your team if you want to scale out.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 10, 2015
Great technology and easy to implement in our environment.
Do a few proof-of-concepts to get a feel for how the technology works. Deploy on all your platforms, there are many differences (Android, IOS, Windows Phone).
No license costs.
We never had to talk to the vendor for our implementation.
Started on the platform sooner. We were using a Mobile App Development Platform that was costly and locked us in prior to switching to Cordova. We also should have implemented our server side architecture (web api) in a DMZ so we wouldn't have to rely on VPN connections for some of our apps.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 15, 2015
Very Good ..It became a niche area and had challenges to get resources in the market.
Had challenges initially, but worked out well in the end.