> Why not get the best if it both meets your current and future
requirements, and isn't the budget buster you're suggesting it is?
My point was that there is no *best* and, overpaying for software
you probably won't use doesn't seem like a wise move. Adobe CQ is
clearly great at solving a certain set of problems, but mid-market
companies are often looking at it for the wrong reasons (analyst
reports, flashy demos, brand recognition).
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