Word on the web:  

It's official: sitefinity is the sh*t, sitecore is attractive, kentico is fairly good, dotnetnuke is like an odious stench, ektron is cannon fodder.

Comparing dotnetnuke vs ektron vs kentico vs sitecore vs sitefinity


On 14 March 2011 at 9:09 am Alex said:
Sitefinity being the highest rated tells you all you need to know about the credibility of this study (sarcasm).
On 10 May 2012 at 1:22 pm SitefinityUser said:
I agree with Alex... trying to do anything other than OTB in Sitefinity is absolutely the worst experience I have had in Software Development...
On 30 July 2012 at 6:07 pm Scott said:
Hear Hear (towards Alex and SitefinityUser)
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On 5 December 2013 at 12:35 pm Bill said:
We have been using Sitefinity since 2010, and while I agree that early versions of their 4.0 product had issues there were none that ever stopped us. We have found their support to be great and now that we are up to 6.1 the product is exceptionally stable, powerful and extensible. Our company, Iciniti Corporation, has developed a large ecommerce integration to Sitefinity with about 150 additional controls that link the CMS to the ERP. There is nothing that we have needed to do that we have been prevented from doing. Is it perfect? No, but then I think the only perfect software is the stuff we have in our heads that we haven't tried to code yet. We have close to 50 installs of sitefinity with some clients having over 72,000 registered users. It is quick, powerful and flexible. We are quite happy.
On 5 December 2013 at 9:12 pm Joanna Pineda said:
My company has been implementing Sitefinity for three years now and have over 30 installs. I agree with Bill who said that earlier versions had issues, but the 4.x version was really a gamechanger. My team really likes Sitefinity because: * we can use module builder or integrate custom code * my UX team has found no design constraints we weren't able to work around * clients like the user-friendly interface * we have found Sitefinity to be integration-friendly * taxonomy support is terrific * tech support is good and responsive Sitefinity can be a little slow but if you turn on caching and optimize the code, images and javascript, site speed is not a problem at all. (All sites should be doing this anyway.) We implement many CMS packages but Sitefinity is our preferred platform for large, integration-intensive sites. Sitefinity is definitely not perfect, no CMS is but we're very happy, our clients are happy, our sites look great, they're responsive, and clients have the control they need.
On 5 March 2014 at 10:06 pm Tilly said:
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