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Digital Solutions | January 13, 2021
Deploy Cloud-Native HCL Digital Experience — in Minutes — with HCL SoFy
Cloud-native adoption can seem complex and daunting — but it doesn’t have to be. Digital experience platforms that connect and integrate some or all parts of your enterprise require thoughtful planning, organization and testing to successfully make a cloud-native transition. The benefits to adopting a cloud-native approach, however, are huge. From reducing your total cost of ownership (TCO) to speeding up the development process and delivering experiences during peak times without service interruptions, adopting cloud will accelerate business processes, improve system reliability, and preserve the value of your investments.  With HCL SoFy you can dramatically simplify and accelerate a cloud-native deployment of HCL Digital Experience … it will take about the same amount of time it takes to make a cup of coffee(!).  You can also connect other HCL products and services in just a few clicks — and discover the native synergies within HCL’s family of products — in a cloud-native environment.  Testing New Possibilities  Deploying HCL Digital Experience cloud-natively in minutes may sound too good to be true, but HCL SoFy makes it easy. HCL SoFy paves the way for rapid testing and prototyping cycles that enable organizations to speed cloud-native adoption, reduce TCO, auto scale services based on demand, and even accelerate the deployment of your feature pipeline keeping organizations ahead of competitors.  HCL SoFy enables organizations to quickly assess and test cloud-native strategies to see what best fits adoption plans. It also helps organizations quickly gain the expertise to successfully adopt cloud-native and establish an understanding of what is required to make a transition to a cloud-native environment.  Using HCL Sofy, businesses can gain valuable insights to help plan cloud-native adoption transitions based on hands-on expertise and real-world scenarios.  Watch this video to learn more. Taking the Guesswork Out  The move to cloud-native solutions has many benefits but getting started and assessing the differences in implementation (compared to an on-premises installations) has historically stopped many organizations from taking the plunge. Learning how to transition your HCL Digital Experience platform to a cloud-native deployment using container, Kubernetes and microservices technologies used to be painful, but, now with HCL SoFy, it’s much easier to understand, plan and take the guesswork out of making the cloud-native transition. With HCL SoFy, you can also connect other HCL products — such as HCL Unica and HCL Commerce — to provide a world-class experience to your customers with just a few clicks.  Tell Me More  HCL is not only committed to providing the latest cloud-native technology, but also to helping organizations successfully transform to being entirely cloud-native. Learn more about how you can take advantage of HCL SoFy’s powerful features with HCL Digital Experience by registering to see it in action in a short webinar and live demo or through scheduling a free personalized workshop where our team can help you get started.  [button link="https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7194598673384101135?source=blog" color="silver"] Register Today[/button] [button link="https://leap.hcltechsw.com/apps/anon/org/app/9f05f80f-f0d9-4559-8eb6-9f025699aa91/launch/index.html?form=F_Form1" color="silver"] Schedule a Free...
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...
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...
Digital Solutions | November 19, 2020
HCL Digital Experience. Business Critical at the Speed of Cloud.
HCL Digital Experience (DX) is making it faster and easier than ever to deploy business-critical digital experiences. New capabilities including hybrid cloud deployment alternatives, intuitive content management and creation tools and faster application deployment are just some of the new features coming to Digital Experience. The new release was launched at DX Inspire — part of HCL Software’s Digital Solution’s Digital Week 2020, an inaugural virtual event for the organization’s digital solutions customers.   HCL DX is the trusted platform organizations use to create, deliver and manage personalized experiences that serve customers, employees, and partners on any digital channel. The latest release provides significant updates and benefits including:    New capabilities delivered in the cloud. Zero effort.   Employ a hybrid, cloud-native architecture and get the latest capabilities with no migration required. New hybrid cloud support enables administrators to deliver the latest capabilities up to 10x faster risk free, including intuitive new content creation tools and headless API capabilities accelerating production of persuasive content for any digital channel.    Intuitive content tools — with a DAM included (free).   Empower marketers with a redesigned content experience with advanced tooling. HCL DX provides easy-to-use content tools, including a DAM for no additional charge, with sophisticated image renditioning and integration with Kaltura’s online video platform. Now, deliver critical digital content and media in an instant.   All the insights. None of the complications.   Provide teams with actionable insights to improve conversions by 85%. New integrated analytics from Unica Discover provide struggle detection and behavior insights to help improve customer journeys.  With added integration with Google Analytics 360, insights help teams optimize user experiences and improve conversions.    Impactful apps faster. No hassle.   Enable all developers to deliver applications to audiences quicker and easier by automating deployments and integrating data without coding. Reduce support costs and automate the building, testing, and deployment of apps, using commonly used DevOps tools. New progressive web apps (PWAs) on desktop and mobile means each experience is continually updated, distributed faster to target audiences — without needing to connect to an app store.    “It’s about more than creating a website. The power of HCL DX is to seamlessly combine digital content, complex business applications, and digitized business processes into a secure, impactful digital experience for an organization,” said Darren Oberst, CVP and Head of HCL Software. “We’ve listened to our customers and developed a significantly easier...
Digital Solutions | October 31, 2020
The Benefits of Hybrid Cloud and Why it’s a Big Deal
With more and more enterprise technologies moving to cloud-based deployments it has become increasingly important for organizations to carefully evaluate their current digital experience implementations and formulate a cloud strategy and roadmap to get there to reap the business benefits of cloud for driving transformation, differentiation and ultimately achieving competitive advantage. While the benefits are getting to cloud are compelling, organizations require flexibility in their cloud journey to minimize the challenges inherent in migrating mission critical workloads to the cloud. Migrating to a public or private cloud can take a lot of time, money and development resources. With HCL Digital Experience’s new hybrid cloud support organizations can exploit the benefits of cloud, maximize the value from their existing on-premise deployment and future proof their digital experience investment.  New HCL Digital Experience hybrid cloud support enables customers to use their existing on-premise with the game-changing cloud-based content management features — without needing to migrate anything. Magic? No. Revolutionary? Yes. Using Kubernetes, you can now add our new future-leaning cloud features to an on-premises environment without needing to migrate anything to the cloud.  This new hybrid cloud option brings three major improvements to your on-premises DX environments:  Content Composer: Create Content in Half the Time   Deliver content for digital experiences quickly to your audiences. Dramatically improved content-creation tools and a redesigned Content Composer means business users can now model and create new content in half the time with a modern, intuitive drag-and-drop interface.  2. Hot DAM! A New (Free) Cloud-Native Digital Asset Manager Included  A new cloud-native digital asset management system (DAM) lets you add and organize media quickly and seamlessly. You can now manage your content from creation to execution with ease. And, unlike some other digital experience platforms in the market, this DAM is included at no addition charge.    3. Experience API: Adaptable, Open APIs:  A new open API-compliant set of headless REST services enables developers to deliver experiences using modern front-end JavaScript frameworks (Angular, React, Vue etc.). This provides greater agility in blending content, data, and applications. Upgrading now means that your DX is faster and easier than ever — making your business-critical digital experience more valuable than ever before. Join us at our upcoming annual conference, DX Inspire, to learn more.   Learn more: https://hclsw.co/dx-inspire-2020
Digital Solutions | October 28, 2020
The 3 Capabilities Your Digital Experience Needs to Offer
In order to compete today, enterprises have to offer staff and customers a fast, secure and flexible experience that’s up to the task of responding to a dizzying array of business needs. Trends and market needs can evolve as rapidly as a weather system, making an agile platform vital to keeping companies in tune with the business-critical demands.  Business critical processes are core activities that are essential to meeting an organization’s mission — such as paying bills, making appointments, filling out time sheets, applying for permits, or filing a claim. Some of these processes are invisible to the customer and some can be seen.  This includes the fulfillment of company operations, protection of assets, and satisfying of regulatory requirements, and occur on all levels of an organization.    Whether it’s centered on sales and marketing, accounting and finance, HR, or customer service, these business activities can be optimized by the platform they’re on, or not.  A dynamic publishing platform that can handle the business-critical needs of a company, regardless of industry, is a distinct advantage for enterprises in competitive markets.  With all the factors to be considered, what are 3 capabilities an elite publishing platform needs to have?   Data Security and Privacy  There’s a saying that a band is only as good as its drummer, and the same is true for the technology and security of digital experiences and platforms.  The greatest user interface in the world is worthless if it's not secure from digital threats.    Ensuring a secure platform includes protecting private data while it’s on-site and in-transit, with encryption that is flexible enough to connect users anytime anywhere while meeting all industry compliance requirements.    If that sounds like a tough balancing act, well that’s because it is. But you don’t want a beautiful guitar solo being drowned out by a wildly inconsistent drumbeat, so it’s worth investing in the...
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