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Developed by the Washington Post, Arc XP empowers businesses with a cloud platform for creating and managing digital experiences. It offers content management, subscription tools, a digital asset library, and a builder, all designed for flexibility and growth.

With more than 30 consultants, code.store is an Arc XP Gold Global Partner

What CMS does the Washington Post use?

Arc XP!

Arc XP enables customers to create and distribute content, drive commerce, and deliver powerful customer experiences, all on one SaaS platform. Arc XP CMS is a cloud-native, API-first digital experience platform designed for modern publishers, broadcasters, B2C brands, and commercial enterprises. Built for flexibility, customers can integrate Arc XP's headless tools into their existing digital experience stack or leverage Arc XP digital experience platform.

Arc XP is a complete, end to end publishing platform with a vivid ecosystem of partners.

What is Arc CMS?

Arc XP is a complete, end-to-end publishing platform with a vibrant ecosystem of partners. Born inside the Washington Post and rapidly gaining traction all around the world. At code.store we've migrated to Arc XP clients from Brazil (Record TV), Dubai (The National), France (L'Express), Ireland (The Irish News) or UK (William Reed).

Best experience for content creators

Journalists and content creators need to focus on their rich stories, which often include dozens of embeds, rather than on the tool itself. Arc XP originated in the newsroom of The Washington Post. Through an iterative process, it has become the easiest and most powerful content creation interface among all the CMSs we have tested.

Arc XP Composer

Integrated Digital Assets Management

Rich media is now key to every content platform. Arc XP integrates a full digital asset management (DAM) system, empowering content creators to manage, reuse, and integrate media into their stories and content pieces. The Arc XP platform supports both photos and videos, including transcoding, live streams, channels, and advertisement integration. Customers can monetize their own assets independently of platforms like YouTube.

Arc XP Digital Asset Manager

Drag'n'drop your front-end

While fully independent and headless, Arc XP allows your team to manage your front-end pages with simple drag-and-drop functionality for building blocks. You are completely free to modify the theme itself, which is based on ReactJS.

Arc XP Page builder

Subscriber management

Gaining new subscribers and avoiding churn are the two main goals of any paid media company. Arc XP provides everything you might need to manage your subscribers, including paywalls, offers, payment processing, and insights from a subscriber database.

Arc XP Subscriber Management

Who uses ArcXP?

Arc XP is tailored for medium to large media companies, including publishers, newspapers, and broadcasters, but it is also suitable for any company that publishes a large amount of content. The platform delivers the most value when you utilize most of its modules. For instance, the WebSked newsroom organization module is specifically designed to provide maximum value for organizations with more than 20 content contributors or journalists. Arc XP primarily serves larger media companies and powers renowned names like The Washington Post, Le Parisien, L'Express, The Irish Times, Infobae, and The Boston Globe, among hundreds of others around the globe. As a global Gold Partner, we consistently see numerous positive Arc XP reviews.

Arc XP reviews

This is how the Washington Post talks about Le Parisien signing with Arc XP.

You can read one, about our migration of Express to Arc XP here.

Pros of Arc XP digital experience platform for us:

code.store is one of 2 global Arc XP Gold Partners in the world.
  1. This all-in-one CMS offers a suite including a back-end, front-end, video and photo management system, and a newsroom organization engine. Additionally, you receive a CDN already configured and maintained. Essentially, your team can focus solely on the front-end features to enhance user engagement. When perfectly constructed (as we do at code.store 🎖️🎖️🎖️), your content media website will require very low maintenance.
  2. The Arc XP Page Builder is extremely powerful. While Arc functions as a purely headless CMS, it also offers a robust yet technically intense drag-and-drop Page Builder. With this tool, you can configure the structure and content of each template and page on your site. You have the option to use one of the several dozen blocks provided by Arc XP, clone and modify them, or create your custom blocks that pull content from the Arc XP CMS back-end or any third-party API. The Page Builder can aptly be described as a low-code front-end builder. Love it! And Le Parisien too :)
  3. Migration Center: At code.store alone, we have migrated more than 50 million articles. When combined with the previous company our team managed, we have migrated at least 200 million assets. Migration is a painful process, involving extensive back-and-forth, numerous iterations, and debugging sessions. Sometimes, developers may feel as though they are trying to empty the sea with a spoon 🥄.  However, Arc XP's Migration Center assists. It remains a lengthy and arduous process due to the diverse nature of the multi-decade archives of media companies but less with the help of Arc XP Migration Center and its APIs.
  4. Ecosystem Approach: Arc XP progressively builds a network of partners who extend its core capabilities. Whether it's Semji, Norkon, Poool, or us at code.store, we provide publishers with an integrated set of powerful solutions that interlock perfectly, much like Legos 🧩.

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