Storyblok is a headless CMS that enables developers and marketers to deliver powerful content experiences on any digital platform, one block at a time. Developers create flexible components that are independently managed by content teams using a visual editor and customizable workflow.

Published content is available through an API, so changes are made once and will appear everywhere: websites, mobile, IoT, AR/VR, and beyond. Leading brands such as Marc O’Polo, PAYONE, and UPC use Storyblok to manage and share their content with the world.

The release of the Storyblok State of Content Management 2022 report, reveals that 47%  of responding businesses use two to three  CMSs in their organization, and the same amount use three or more CMS solutions across their enterprises. Over a third (34%) use headless CMS with 82% stating they have seen improvements in ROI, budget and business performance since switching to headless CMS.

What is Storyblok and how did the company develop?

What is headless CMS?

What kind of IT infrastructure is needed to support headless CMS like Storyblok?

For businesses looking to evolve their CMS, is it the right time to switch to headless?

For more information contact Storyblok.

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