Agility a Multi-Category High Performer on G2 Crowd
Agility has recently vaulted onto the G2 Crowd leader quadrant for 2 categories. With a 4.4 in the Headless CMS category and a 4.1 score in Web Content Management, Agility is moving up the leaderboard quickly.
G2 Crowd is a business product review and ranking platform which is highly moderated for clear, relative, and original content. Only reviews from verified customers count towards a product score. G2 Crowd makes it easy for businesses to evaluate software based on authentic and honest feedback from real customers.
With a Grid Score system that ranks newer reviews with more relevance than older ones, G2 Crowd's scoring system has seen Agility boosted firmly into the High Performers quadrant in both the Web and Headless CMS categories. This is based on the strength of a host of positive reviews coming in over the last quarter.
G2 Crowd prides itself on a proprietary scoring mechanism, which determines which products are considered leaders in their categories, and where they sit on the 'Best Products' grid.
“G2 Crowd scores products and vendors based on reviews gathered from our user community, as well as data aggregated from online sources and social networks. We apply a unique algorithm (v3.0) to this data to calculate the customer Satisfaction and Market Presence scores in real time.” - G2Crowd.com
Agility recently announced plans to focus more on the Headless capabilities already inherent in its cloud architecture. Known also as Content as a Service (CaaS) these Open APIs will allow for Agility customers to consume their data anywhere and with any language.
“It’s been exciting to see some great reviews come in. We love getting feedback from our customers! With our expansion both physically across North America, and into new areas that take advantage of our amazing Decoupled Content Architecture, you can expect to see our growth continue to accelerate." - Joel Varty, Agility CTO
"We're delighted to see so many positive reviews, but it's important to incorporate both the positive and negative viewpoints into our feedback loop. When our customers are willing to publically voice their opinion, that's something we really want to hear, and who better to help drive improvements than the people who are using the product everyday." - Jon Voigt, CEO