Tag Archives: dx stack 18

Signs of Progress With Digital Experience Stack Integration

Signs of Progress With Digital Experience Stack Integration

There've been quite a few takes on the digital experience (DX) technology stack published on this site recently. Ian Truscott reminded us in one post there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all digital experience platform. In another, John Kottcamp rightly identified the main logical components of the DX

Continue reading...

Your Modern DX Stack: Navigating Between Major Platforms and Greater Flexibility

Your Modern DX Stack: Navigating Between Major Platforms and Greater Flexibility

Digital experience (DX) technologies are rapidly becoming more sophisticated — even by the standards of today’s fast-paced software development environment. Major DX platform providers continue to invest heavily in developing new features and solutions that increase companies’ data-fueled knowledge of their customers and help companies facilitate customer experiences to more

Continue reading...

How a Unified Customer Identity Supports Digital Experience

How a Unified Customer Identity Supports Digital Experience

A confession: I hate buying furniture. But after buying a house two months ago, I discovered furniture is a relative necessity. You can only ask guests to sit on camping chairs in your living room so many times before they start declining invites.

Continue reading...

What Should Your Digital Experience Stack Look Like? It Depends

What Should Your Digital Experience Stack Look Like? It Depends

Amid all the uncertainty around "digital transformation," one of the more clarifying developments of the past several years is understanding that delivering omnichannel digital experiences requires a stack of technologies. Yet reasonable people still disagree: What should that stack look like? It Depends Any DX stack should necessarily depend on

Continue reading...

Addressing Performance Blind Spots as Cloud and Third-Party Reliance Increases

Addressing Performance Blind Spots as Cloud and Third-Party Reliance Increases

In 2012, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd predicted that increasing IT complexity would drive more customers to the cloud. “Eliminate complexity — simplify IT” was his message. What he didn’t mention was this simplification would create its own set of complexities.

Continue reading...

Balancing the Pros and Cons of Best of Breed Software

Balancing the Pros and Cons of Best of Breed Software

C-suite managers are no longer the only organizational leaders who have a say in the IT systems utilized across the enterprise. Leaders across a wide variety business functions and services are stepping up and getting involved in the decision-making process.

Continue reading...

Best-of-Breed vs. Suite? Digital Disruption Is Forcing Change

Best-of-Breed vs. Suite? Digital Disruption Is Forcing Change

Anyone looking to invest in a web content management (WCM) or digital experience platform (DXP) is already well familiar with the ongoing debate between best-of-breed and single suite approaches. It’s an argument that resurfaced in recent years, and by all accounts, isn’t going away anytime soon.

Continue reading...

Choosing a DX Platform: Shrink-Wrapped Chicken Sandwich or Pastrami on Rye?

Choosing a DX Platform: Shrink-Wrapped Chicken Sandwich or Pastrami on Rye?

At this point in time, the digital experience of a brand is pretty much the brand experience. That is, until someone unboxes your product, meets your people, visits your store, visits your restaurant or experiences your service.

Continue reading...