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April 12, 2024 |

Chetu Announces Partnership with Brightspot

Chetu’s expertise in CMS software development across various industries complements Brightspot’s mission to provide an API-first platform that can deliver and execute CMS projects quickly.

Sunrise, FL — Chetu, a leading world-class software solutions and support services provider, is excited to announce its partnership with Brightspot, a leading content management system (CMS) provider, to deliver best-in-class capabilities as the content program evolves.

As a Brightspot partner, Chetu’s expertise in CMS software development across various industries complements Brightspot’s mission to provide an API-first platform that can deliver and execute CMS projects quickly.

By leveraging Chetu’s expertise in custom software solutions, Brightspot’s API-first platform will be open to a new audience of developers and end users. This strategic partnership empowers businesses to seamlessly elevate any existing content management system to new heights.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Brightspot to give up-and-coming players more opportunities to grow their companies and improve their rankings,” said Alexander Ewing-Shaw, partnership manager at Chetu. “We recognize the value that Brightspot’s API-first platform brings with its headless capabilities and pre-built integrations, and we look forward to offering our expertise in CMS software development to help elevate the API-first platform even further.”

Sandeep Hulsandra, Chief Strategy Officer at Brightspot, echoed the sentiment.

“As a leader in delivering custom CMS solutions, Chetu offers unparalleled expertise to guide clients through the ever-evolving digital landscape,” Hulsandra said. “With Brightspot’s flexible, integration-ready architecture, we’re excited to empower Chetu’s customers with the content platform and tools they need to deliver world-class digital experiences.”

Ewing-Shaw added: “Chetu and Brightspot’s powerful new partnership amplifies our shared mission: Empowering businesses with personalized customer experiences.”

For more information on Chetu’s partnership with Brightspot or to request a consultation, please visit

About Chetu:

Founded in 2000, Chetu is a global custom software development and support services provider. Chetu specializes in custom CMS and API development solutions, as well as third-party API integration services using REST, SOAP, XML, and RPC API protocols that extend the functionality of current applications with new and existing systems. Headquartered in Sunrise, Florida, Chetu has 13 in the U.S., U.K., and Asia, with more than 2,800 software experts worldwide. For more information, please visit

About Brightspot:

Brightspot has served as the gold standard of content management systems since 2008. Their highly customizable, easy-to-use technology—coupled with their extensive expert support and bustling partner ecosystem—has empowered industry-leading brands to quickly and reliably create and share their content. In Brightspot, customers find not just a platform, but a partner who walks alongside them in their digital content journey. Find out more at

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