(A) True — this removes bottlenecks, allows your team to move faster, and keeps developers building interesting projects versus spending their time making small updates.
(B) True — marketers love to jump into the CSS and API code to adjust and improve the code the developers created.
(C) False — the website has always been managed by IT and they always push website improvements to the top of their work list. There’s no reason to get marketers involved.
(D) False — a CMS does not need to make it easy for marketers to work on the website, and most developers hate learning new systems.
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