June 23, 2020 (SAN FRANCISCO, CA) — Today, Pantheon, the leader in WebOps (web operations) Software, was recognized in the G2 Grid as leaders for WebOps Platforms, Managed Hosting, and Web Content Management. Pantheon leverages a serverless CMS approach and collaborative workflows to enable digital marketing teams to rapidly build, test, and deploy unique web experiences.
“We are very appreciative of the feedback and reviews our customers have left us on G2, which has helped us become a top leader in the industry,” said Zack Rosen, CEO and Founder at Pantheon. “It proves how with WebOps platforms they can enable more efficient use of web content management tools and higher engagement within digital marketing teams for greater success."
Each quarter, G2 publishes its Grid reports, which ranks software by culling data from multiple online sources to determine market presence, satisfaction scores from customers, and market leadership. On G2, Pantheon consistently ranked in the 90th percentile for Meeting Requirements, Ease of Doing Business, and Ease of Setup across Managed Hosting, WebOps Platforms, and Web Content Management.
"Pantheon is a clear leader in the emerging WebOps space, ranking as the top product in our Summer 2020 Grid® Report for WebOps Platforms," said, Aaron Walker, Principal Analyst, G2. "Additionally, Pantheon was the top-rated Managed Hosting solution and a Leader in Web Content Management in our Summer 2020 Reports. These results paint the portrait of a well-rounded solution leading the way in the emerging WebOps space. It’s clear that Pantheon is off to an early lead relative to its competitors in this novel market."
At Pantheon, driving business results and customer success means providing the right solutions for marketers and developers to work in parallel using Open Source Content Management Solutions (CMS) for WordPress and Drupal. Through integrated development environments, digital marketing teams can create innovative and engaging experiences while similarly QA/Testing and experimenting for strategic initiatives.
"Pantheon is an opinionated platform, and those opinions are rooted in a very deep set of beliefs about our industry, and where our industry's going, and more importantly where our industry needs to go," Rosen explained during his Opening Keynote at the recent Pantheon WebOps Summit, "The web is somewhere up there between democracy and the printing press in terms of its value to society. The fact you can reach anyone around the globe, frictionless, at no cost (...) is unbelievably important."
In addition, Pantheon was honored this quarter with Best Relationship in Web Content Management and Fastest Implementation in Enterprise Web Content Management. Web content management (WCM) systems allow users to create, edit and publish digital content for websites. To qualify in the WCM category an organization must provide web-based editing and publishing capabilities, offer templates for content creation, and help facilitate collaboration. Scores are calculated by a proprietary algorithm that factors in real-user satisfaction ratings.
“Pantheon winning the WebOps category means we are on track toward our ultimate goal of supporting a better open web for all,” said Rosen. “At the end of the day, the proof needs to come from our customers, and these recognitions serve as an encouraging affirmation of our mission.”
Pantheon is the WebOps platform where marketers and developers drive results. Every day, thousands of teams create, iterate, and scale WordPress and Drupal sites, reaching billions globally. Organizations including Lyft, Clorox, and the United Nations accelerate development and publish in real-time using Pantheon’s collaborative workflows. Learn more at pantheon.io.