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New Forrester Study Shows 944 Percent ROI with Acquia Cloud Site Factory

944 percent return on investment. Unheard of, right?

Until now.

Today, Acquia released a Total Economic Impact (TEI) study conducted by Forrester Consulting that shows the huge financial impact of implementing Acquia Cloud Site Factory, which can:

Multisite Madness: A Better Way to Manage Many Sites

Feeling the multisite madness? It’s not you, it’s your platform.

For proprietary builds, it’s pretty simple. You’re stuck with someone else’s system. You don’t control the roadmap. You don’t control the code. You don’t have the ability to add features when you need them.

But guess what? There’s a secret sauce to managing many sites or multisite instances. It’s a secret sauce that many organizations are pouring into their IT departments to alleviate their multisite madness. And as with any sauce, there are ingredients.


Implementing Acquia Cloud Site Factory: What You Need to Know

Acquia Cloud Site Factory (ACSF) is a unique multiple site management platform that offers clients the ability to create, manage, and deploy many sites from one dashboard. Running many sites from one platform comes with a different set of challenges though that need to be addressed for enterprise clients:

Key Differences from a typical Acquia Cloud Enterprise project

The Rise of Digital Creates A Marketer’s Dilemma

As a product manager at Acquia, I frequently speak with digital thought leaders at many organizations, small and large. It’s clear that the digital marketing profession at these organizations has undergone tremendous change over the past decade. Digital marketers now oversee large numbers of “digital experiences,” rather than the small number of static, branded web sites that were the norm just a few short years ago. And by incorporating web, social, mobile and offline touch points, managing these digital experiences has become very complex.

Higher Education’s Equation: Simplify Digital Complexity

Colleges and universities were some of the first organizations to create websites. They are natural content generators with access to great thinkers, cutting edge research and engaged students, not to mention they embody the word community. The web, as a result, was the perfect vehicle for them to communicate all they had to share and connect what they knew with those who were seeking the content that mattered to them.