Episerver’s Ascend 2019 conference is over. As usual, Episerver put together an engaging experience for all customers, marketers, developers, and partners. They highlighted the accomplishments of the past year and they laid out the roadmap for next. Intriguing and inspirational keynotes kicked off the breakout sessions for each day, with plenty of networking opportunities peppered throughout.
Overall, it was a good experience to gain a sense of where Episerver is heading in 2020 and beyond. With the conference over, I had a chance to review my notes and piece together my thoughts about Ascend 2019.
To read what I thought about Episerver Ascend 2019 and my takeaways from the conference, check out my article: Content and Growth are the Focus at Episerver Ascend 2019.
Because Episerver has seen an improved position year-over-year in both its ability to execute and its completeness of vision, Gartner recognized Episerver as one of the top four Web Content Management vendors in its recent Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management Q3 2019.