Siteimprove, a global software-as-a-service company that allows website editors to continuously test, fix, and optimise the quality of content, has developed a new content management system integration with Adobe Experience Manager, part of Adobe Experience Cloud.

The company is also now a Business level partner in the Adobe Exchange Partner Program.

Siteimprove’s integration with Adobe Experience Manager, developed in close partnership with business transformation agency, Valtech, offers web teams the ability to improve a page’s performance, increase accessibility, audit their SEO, and fix content errors to improve the visitor’s web experience.

With the integration, users can detect and fix issues and directly re-check the relevant page to see if further action is needed. The integration can be used on production websites or in development and staging environments.

“We are excited to work with Adobe to help customers take the quality of their web experiences to the next level,” said Peter Bovin, VP of partnerships at Siteimprove.

“Siteimprove’s integration with Adobe Experience Manager will provide customers and partners with greater possibilities to deliver high-quality content.”

“With Adobe Experience Manager and Siteimprove, joint customers can add an additional layer of quality assurance and other critical tasks to increase efficiency, reduce time to market, and deliver high-quality experiences,” said Cody Crnkovich, head of platform partners and strategy at Adobe Experience Cloud.

“We’re excited Siteimprove is now a Business partner in the Adobe Exchange Partner Program and look forward to continuing our work together in 2019.”

Adobe Experience Manager provides the digital foundation to create, manage, deliver and rapidly adapt personalised content across channels and properties.

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