It gives the ability to build and maintain a website with multiple authors and administrators, and easily track changes as well as who is responsible for which area of your website. It's important since U need a teem to work, and all of you need an equitable access.
Realizing it's a couple months on now, but for anyone who happens on this thread: "feedback" is pretty vague. You can find an overview of Ektron and many other systems at cmsmatrix.org, plus there are any number of case studies available by a web search.
Ektron is an enterprise-level CMS, and an implementation is not for the faint-hearted. If you are looking to spend six figures or more on your website, I would highly recommend hiring a consultant, rather than trusting tips from a public discussion board.