Legacy technology costs more than you think
Turnover among top talent is an expensive problem, costing an estimated 33% of an employee’s annual salary, according to Work Institute. Devskiller calculated that losing a developer can cost $33,000 - $60,000 or more in lost productivity, including time spent by managers on hiring.
In this report, we explore how CMSes impact retention and hiring for the most in-demand roles with a deeper dive into how legacy systems contribute to frustration and high turnover. This information will help elevate the conversation around your CMS by demonstrating that selecting the way you manage content is more than a tactical decision. It's a strategic business driver that impacts your whole organization's ability to retain top talent and foster future digital leaders.