PRISHTINA, KOSOVO - 01/17/2020 (PRDistribution.com)
Frakton, a leading software development company from Kosovo, announced today a new partnership agreement with Berlin-based Contentful. Contentful is the leading enterprise headless CMS provider, and helps global companies transition from traditional CMSes and build, launch and ship digital products faster.
Founded in 2013, Contentful was listed by the New York Times as one of 50 startups on track for a billion-dollar valuation and is among the top 10 best companies in Germany to work for. Its customer base includes over 39% of the Fortune 1000, as well as disruptive startups and top digital agencies. Companies such as Spotify, Urban Outfitters, Red Bull, Jack in the Box, The British Museum, Xoom, Lenovo, Brandless and many others rely on Contentful to author, manage and deliver digital content to any channel or platform. For more information, visit https://www.contentful.com/
“We’re excited to have this partnership with Contentful, which will basically allow our enterprise level customers to receive more modernized content management solutions,” says Çelik Nimani, partner and chief executive officer at Frakton. “Enterprises have a growing pressure to create great digital experiences to help their customers, however their old CMSes seem to be unable to keep up with the demand for the software development processes of today. That’s why the flexibility of Contentful will come to great use.”
Frakton is one of Kosovo’s very few top agencies to achieve official Contentful Professional Solution Partner status. It also has more than five Contentful Certified Professionals, stacking up the ranks of professional knowledge and experience around Contentful.
Contentful’s partnership with Frakton will enable enterprises to deliver digital products and experiences at greater speed and scale than with a traditional CMS. Contentful’s content infrastructure unifies content in a single hub, delivers it via APIs to any digital platform and makes it immediately editable in an intuitive web app.