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Platform 5 > positioning

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I´d like to unterstand from a marketing, but primarely from a technical and a (project)migration Perspektive - PLATFORM5.

I´d like to unterstand the positioning of ...

  • Platform 5
  • vs. Framework
  • vs. DMS

will DMS2 as a product (sort-, medium- & long term) be ...

  • continued?
  • dis-continued?
  • migrated?

 

Actionable
so if I started a new project, or migrated an old, I´d like to unterstand which strategic route to go each

 

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