Headless content management systems (CMS) have gained popularity in recent years as brands and publishers seek greater flexibility.
A headless CMS separates the structure and presentation of content right down to how it is displayed across all digital touchpoints. As a result, it offers a higher level of speed, security and flexibility across all digital channels compared to traditional systems. The ability to deliver content across multiple channels also makes it a powerful option for any publisher looking to expand their offering.
Peter Dyllick-Brenzinger, Head of Product and Engineering at SPRYLAB, explains the strategic treasure behind a headless CMS and what you need to watch out for.
Head of Product and Engineering at SPRYLAB
Peter Dyllick-Brenzinger has been working with and on content management systems for over 15 years. Prior to his current role at SPRYLAB as Head of Product and Engineering, he was Head of Product for internal headless CMS and editorial AI development at Axel Springer for BILD and WELT.