Gartner defines a digital experience platform (DXP) as, “an integrated set of technologies, based on a common platform, that provides a broad range of audiences with consistent, secure and personalized access to information and applications across many digital touchpoints. Organizations use... [Read more]
Unlike a traditional CMS, which combines content management and front-end delivery, a headless CMS has no default front-end system to determine how the content is presented to the end user. Instead, it’s front-end agnostic, meaning that your content is raw and can be published anywhere,... [Read more]
A decoupled CMS — a term that best describes Coredna — is a headless CMS, and then some.
With a decoupled CMS, your content is managed separately and is front-end agnostic, just like a headless CMS. Yet, it has front-end delivery tools in the box, like templates, if you want to use... [Read more]
Core dna is a decoupled CMS, meaning we have headless content management build in, but we also give you the front-end tools you need to present your content to your end user.
Core dna is framework agnostic, which means you can create any design using the front-end technology and frameworks that you know and love. Core dna never requires you to use specific templates or libraries.
You sure can. Global brands trust Core dna to build and operate eCommerce websites in multiple regions and continents. Our eCommerce feature set includes everything from inventory management to detailed analytics.
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Thanks to Core dna’s decoupled nature, paired with our microservice architecture, our DXP is ready for anything. If your content is managed by Core dna, you’ll always be able to deliver it to any new device that emerges on the market.
Core dna was launched in 2015, but our team was operating as a digital agency since the year 2000, building, tweaking and using Core dna for our clients as we grew.[Read more]
Our head office is located in Melbourne, Australia. Core dna also has an office in Boston & Atlanta USA, as well as Berlin, Germany.[Read more]
Yes. Microservice architecture helps us scale, which helps our clients scale. Plus, it means we can give each client the exact tools they need without burdening them with superfluous features.[Read more]
Core dna is a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) platform, meaning you’ll be charged a monthly subscription fee, with none of the headaches of hosting or maintaining the infrastructure.[Read more]
Of course! We pride ourselves on being more than just a software vendor. We partner with brands and agencies by providing technical support, digital strategy consulting and more.[Read more]
Yes, you can use APIs to deliver content to any channel or device, and to connect with any third-party platform.[Read more]