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Actionable Insights Now Part of HCL Digital Experience
HCL Digital Experience is a proven platform – purpose built and trusted by enterprises worldwide – for the demanding needs of an organization’s business-critical digital experiences. It provides a secure personalized experience integrating content, data, applications and processes from a variety of systems into a singular experience. Doing and delivering all this can be complex – that’s where HCL Digital Experience helps.  Part of the complexity comes from understanding who is on your digital property, what they are doing there, and how you can make the experience better, faster and more personalized with the data you have. Our new seamless integrations with powerful new analytics capabilities via Unica Discover and Google Analytics help organizations deliver more relevant experiences to all of their audiences and can lead to improving conversion rates by 85%.  Plus, enhanced integration with HCL Commerce provides a complete solution across the customer journey providing rich insights behind the login.  HCL Unica Discover HCL Unica Discover is an analytics platform that empowers marketers to capture, replay and visualize individual online user experiences to better identify how they can improve their digital experiences. Easily analyze and optimize your HCL Digital Experience customer journeys with the following capabilities from Unica Discover:  Struggle Resolution: Detect and address user struggle in real time with session replays.  Behavior Insights: Improve user experiences through capturing and analyzing behavioral data. Business Impact Analytics: Gain better visibility into business impact and opportunities for improvement.  This provides a more complete and actionable view of customer journeys across all your digital channels. This helps to ensure a consistent experience, every time, driving better conversion rates, customer satisfaction, and customer retention.  Google Analytics Google Analytics (GA) is a web analytics service that helps marketers track, report and analyze in-depth detail about website visitors. HCL DX has streamlined the configuration setup with GA to save time and development resources.  Now Marketers have the insight they need to make better decisions built into their DX instance, and share the right content, to the right...
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Cloud Native, Digital Solutions | February 15, 2021
Your Digital Experience Should Evolve with You
With deep integrations and a history of rock-solid reliability, see how HCL Digital Experience has evolved into the industry’s most robust cloud-native platform. Our top global digital agency firms tell us, “it’s much harder for DX platforms that support the anonymous user experience to bridge into the known user experience and integrate everything “behind the login.” HCL DX at the core shines by bringing all those applications and processes to life with relevant content that completes the customer journey”. It has been only 18 months since HCL acquired IBM Digital Experience, the longtime DX platform that is the leader across every analyst report in this space. We are incredibly proud of the progress we have made in advancing the technology to new heights — making the user experience more intuitive, providing modern tools for developers, and giving administrators more flexible options to deploy new capabilities 10x faster than before, whether in their on-premises environment, in the cloud, or in a hybrid cloud environment. We have come a long way, and the journey continues! When you are a leader, the competition can get fierce. Let's set the record straight. REALITY: Far from it. Our proven legacy in digital experience for decades has established deep trust from prospects and customers alike. Our eye for innovation has not been stifled as a result of our traditional systems and has in fact been accelerated since joining HCL. In the last 18 months, we have increased our engineering headcount by triple digits worldwide, and this trend will continue as we look to continue to build innovation our clients need. We have undertaken a continuous delivery model and have delivered 11 new releases since July 2019 and we have been recognized as the LEADER in the SPARK Matrix for DXP.   REALITY: Wrong! We have recently...
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Digital Solutions | February 11, 2021
You know HCL Digital Experience. You know Portal and WCM.
Since joining HCL, we’ve shipped 11 new releases of Digital Experience based on your input to better enable business-critical digital experiences. Whether you are a developer, enterprise architect, release manager, or product owner involved with your DX projects, we need your experience and expertise. HCL is inviting our customers to participate in targeted virtual design-thinking workshops to share ideas for the Digital Experience roadmap for 2022 and beyond. During our live, interactive two-hour session, we will cover: What we are working on for 2021 Understanding what’s working (or what’s not working) with your current deployment Gather input on the core components you’d like to see in the roadmap Collaborate on ideas for the next wave of product and ecosystem innovation Connecting you to the HCL product management, technical, and development teams The #DXInspire Jams will be held on March 9th and 11th for the EMEA time zones, and March 16th and 18th for the NA/LATAM time zones. Because space in the workshops is limited, if you are interested in joining us please sign the form today and we will follow up with the meeting details.  Help shape the future of your HCL DX. We look forward to meeting. [button link="https://hclsw.co/pm99no" type="big" color="black" newwindow="yes"] Join HCL DX Inspire Jams[/button]
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Digital Solutions | January 12, 2021
Six Ways to Ensure Your Digital Experience Is Excellent. In a Digital-Focused World, Make Sure You’re Working With the Best
A digital experience takes place when a customer has an interaction with an organization exclusively through digital technology. The world was already heading in an increasingly digital direction, but in the wake of COVID-19, as more and more teams and organizations have been working remotely and relying on technology to power their workflows, a strong digital customer experience has never been more imperative. What are some steps you can take right now to maximize your digital experiences?  Invest in strong customer experience software In order to ensure that they’re providing the best possible customer experience (or CX), companies need to prioritize their customer experience platform — cheaper one-trick-pony solutions won’t cut it. A strong CX platform will offer personalized options to the customer, ensure that their information is secure, and offer quick and reliable self-service when needed. Advanced data collection and machine learning personalization solutions included in a CX platform make a well-rounded solution crucial to invest in.       2. Provide a secure platform When providing secure personal information such as a bank account or patient ID, customers need to be sure that private and personally identifiable information is handled safely and securely. Though customers are generally willing and enthusiastic to engage in convenient digital experiences, the major data breaches of recent years still leave plenty of consumers understandably skittish about providing organizations with personal info. According to data gathered by Lift361, “strong security increases overall customer satisfaction from 13% to 40%, and customers have shown they are willing to spend more with companies they trust to protect their privacy and data.” Ensure that your tech has personal security measures in place and be transparent with users and prospects about just how safe they can feel using your platform. [button link="https://www.hcltechsw.com/products/dx" type="small" color="silver" newwindow="no" textalign="center"] HCL Digital Experience is one of the most secure solutions out there, trusted by 8...
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Digital Solutions | December 15, 2020
How and Why You Should Digitize Business Processes
If it wasn’t abundantly clear before, the COVID-19 pandemic has proved that digitizing business-critical processes (and making teams productive remotely) is key to business continuity. Whether a business has 50 — or 50,000 — employees, its operations are influenced and impacted (if not completely overhauled) by technology designed to speed up, connect, improve and sustain work in the modern world. Digital transformation for enterprise organizations is a no-brainer. It’s the “how” that defines what success looks like. For some companies, embracing this digital transformation has been a gradual process of adoption.  Others have been digital all along, or they jumped in headfirst, undergoing a major overhaul all at once.  And for some it’s still an overwhelming burden, approached tentatively and perhaps even with aversion to change and new technology.  No matter the scenario, there’s little doubt, especially with remote work becoming ubiquitous, that old-school business processes that involve emailed documents and spreadsheets (or even paper-filled file cabinets) is not the way to go.  Digitizing business processes refers to the integration of digital information — pieces of physical, non-digital material that has been converted into a digital format — into an automated workflow that can replace manual, disconnected and paper-based processes.  It means digitizing business processes, increasing employee productivity, and improving customer satisfaction. It provides dramatic benefits to employees, partners, customers and the organization as a whole. Converting not just documents and data to digital, but also workflow, transactions, functions and processes, can be very complex. There are many payoffs, however. You will save time and money  Using digitized processes can free up employees from a multitude of monotonous tasks. Rather than email chains for tedious and regular processes approvals, regular and routine functions (payroll, time logs, inspection signoffs, etc.) can be routed through workflows automatically. Functions such as financial transactions, insurance claims, medical prescription processing, in-house training can be automated and make teams more productive...
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Digital Solutions | December 7, 2020
What Is a Content Management System? And Why Are They so Important for Today’s Enterprise Organizations?
If you’ve ever published anything on the internet, you’ve used a web content management system (or CMS) to do so (unless you’re a brilliant developer and built a site from scratch, which is very impressive, but highly time-consuming and impractical). These days, more than half of all websites are built, updated, and maintained via CMS portals, and that number is only increasing.  What does web content management software look like?  CMS portals — also referred to as web content management software, content delivery managers, and content hubs — look slightly different depending on the type of site they service (personal blogs require different functions than a B2C retail site, for example), but retain some similarities across the board. Your CMS software will have a menu that lets content creators and managers create and edit web pages such as landing pages, blog posts, and contact forms, ideally with only a few clicks. Creators will log in to the portal, find the appropriate page from an index tab, make additions or edits and … voila! Content managed.  Why should you use a CMS?  Content management systems like the Content Composer in HCL Digital Experience are major development time savers, since marketers and other content creators can easily go into the platform themselves to create and publish content. Digital asset management systems, which, if you’re lucky, are part of a CMS, also let you create, manage, and deliver rich media (video, images, animations, and text) to partners, customers, and employees.   Workflow is often built into a CMS, or customized at the organizational level. Different users can be allowed various levels of autonomy within the platform, so that, for example, an intern can add text or edit a blog post, but a marketing manager can be assigned to approve any published changes. When the whole team is working directly within a CMS platform, requests and approvals can...
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