How a Composable DXP Helps Brands Create Limitless Digital Experiences
- The four big challenges that make it difficult to meet customer expectations
- Why a digital experience platform (DXP) with composability matters
- Real-world examples of organizations leveraging the component-based approach
For most brands, delivering consistent, personalized experiences across online channels is both critical and challenging. But today’s accelerated development and digital transformation timelines add even more complexity.
Leveraging a digital experience platform (DXP) to assemble the right experiences for your customers can prove transformational. But the kind of DXP matters. A DXP that has both content management and customer data management is powerful, and it gets even more so with composability at its core.
In a fast-changing world where the quality of the customer experience (CX) you deliver is a competitive advantage, you need a platform that leaves open maximum choice going forward – that allows you to easily add, remove, or change the pieces of your architecture as you innovate and as your needs evolve.
Download this e-book to learn why a DXP with composability matters, how it helps you start delivering value fast, and why it helps marketing, commerce, and IT teams work better together.