Storyblok launches new CMS experience to shape the future of digital storytelling
V2 further empowers all teams to create and scale exceptional audience experiences.
LINZ, Austria, August 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — story block, the 2022 content management system (CMS) category leader that empowers developers and content teams to create better content experiences across all digital channels, today announced the launch of its all-new CMS. Storyblok V2 includes a complete new user interface with an all-new design experience, collaboration tools, and an improved digital asset manager designed to improve content workflows.
In Storyblok The State of Content Management 2022 report, it was revealed that 47.96% of companies use 2-3 CMS, and 47.08% said that 2-3 different teams use these CMS. V2 further strengthens Storyblok as a scalable CMS that enhances content experiences at any scale.
Storyblok’s powerful headless CMS architecture allows developers to build anything, publish anywhere, and integrate with any tech stack. Content teams are empowered to create independently with a visual editing experience, Google Docs-style collaboration suite, composable components, presets, and powerful publishing workflows. V2 also introduces support for a US data center, giving Storyblok users additional hosting options across the US and Europe. All of this results in a scalable digital experience for audiences that delivers fast performance, optimized omnichannel storytelling, and robust personalization and localization.
A Forrester report titled The Forrester Wave™: Agile Content Management Systems (CMS), Q1 2021 said, “As organizations produce more experiences that leverage a common backend, the value of these services and assets increases relative to the cost of creating them. Brands face the challenge of delivering content to new devices (e.g. web, mobile, smart screens, voice assistants and marketplaces), so it is important to manage content and experiences centrally to drive reuse. analyzing – and optimizing – more effective experiences.
“We were fortunate to get a bird’s-eye view of the content operations of some of the world’s largest companies,” said Alexander Feiglstorfer, co-founder and CTO of Storyblok. “We created V2 because businesses need flexibility and smarter workflows to adapt and scale to support the ever-increasing complexity of omnichannel digital experiences. After testing it in beta with our 82,000 users over the past year and having listened to their feedback, we are finally ready to show even more companies what content management should look like in the 21st century.”
“We live in a world of connected channels and interfaces and expect modern digital experiences for every digital interaction. But most CMSs in use today were designed in a time when there were only browsing experiences web on desktop,” said Dominik Angerer, co-founder and CEO of Storyblok. “Many companies fail to manage content across departments and are unable to deliver high-performance personalized experiences at scale. It’s time for companies to address these issues. Storyblok V2 is the content engine for any digital experience and helps businesses tell their stories across any channel.”
On Thursday August 4 at 11 a.m. East / 5:00 p.m. CESTStoryblok is hosting a live V2 launch event that includes a demo of new features and a panel discussion exploring the future of content experiences. register here to attend this event online and see the full program.
Storyblok, the content management system (CMS) category leader for 2022, empowers developers and content teams to create better content experiences across any digital channel.
Storyblok enhances audience experiences with unparalleled performance, optimized omnichannel storytelling, and robust personalization. Empower content teams to create and manage content intuitively and independently with visual drag-and-drop editing, custom collaboration workflows, and a world-class digital asset manager. Empower developers to build anything, integrate with anything, and publish anywhere with Storyblok’s headless CMS architecture.
Big brands like Adidas, T-Mobile, Harvard Business SchoolRenault and Marc O’Polo use Storyblok to shape their digital storytelling.