Adobe CQ5 Talent in High Demand

Adobe CQ5 Web Content Management skills are in high demand.

The jump from CQ4 to CQ5 brought a considerable improvement in the product, wrapped with an elitist bow – aiming to enchant not only techie geeks, but marketers as well. Since then, Day overhauled its upper management echelons, kept up an aggressive research and product development schedule, expanded sales and marketing activities globally and, particularly, in North America, prettied up enough to get acquired by Adobe. Result? The product is now officially popular.
– RealStory Group, “CQ5 WCM development skills are hot — and scarce

Adobe is a leader in Web Content Management, and CQ5 is a robust content management system. It integrates “multi-channel marketing planning, a social module for building communities and online forums and a targeting module that builds Ominture tools into CQ5 and enables marketers to better understand which campaigns are working and to target specific content,” according to Fierce Content Management.
Perficient is looking for CQ5 Web Content Management developers to develop, design, test and deploy WCM solutions and next generation web content management systems (WCMS) for our clients. You will work closely with clients, developers, system administrators, project managers, business analysts and end users to build a state-of-the-art WCMS systems and solutions. Learn more about the opportunity here.

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Erin Moloney

Erin E. Moloney is Director of Marketing at Perficient, Inc.

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