ergophobe - 6:57 pm on Mar 6, 2013 (gmt 0)
I've never used it, so I can't say. The best thing is to play with the demo, but it can be very hard from a demo to see how adaptable a system is.
In any case "enterprise" is just a buzz word. To me it means nothing. What has to happen is to come up with a list of hard requirements related to things like
- levels of editorial control
- staging/publishing separation
- asset management
- permission levels
- multisite capability
Some of these may be important for your "enterprise" and some may not. So I would tell your boss that you need requirements before you can find solutions. It doesn't make any sense to go out solution shopping before you have detailed list of requirements.
Of course, I do understand that your boss probably is not open to this. He sounds like someone who got one little piece of information from someone at a party or a conference and now he's stuck on it.
I can tell you that I know of companies that I think made terrible CMS choices because they had people who did not really understand CMSes put together the requirements and then they were swayed by the company that had better salespeople rather than a better product.