To Help Businesses Accelerate Innovation in Digital Experiences Liferay Announces New Offering

Liferay Announces New Offering to Help Businesses Accelerate Innovation in Digital Experiences-01

Liferay Inc., provider of the leading Open Source platform for creating web, mobile and connected device digital experiences, today announced a new addition to its offering, Liferay Experience Cloud, a cloud-based DXP-as-a-Service solution that will make it even easier for businesses to create and evolve digital experiences.

The new solution helps companies create, launch and optimize digital experiences for both customers and employees, suppliers and partners, providing efficiency and simplicity in content management, user management at all levels, data analytics, B2B eCommerce, multiple customization options, and Low Code capabilities, all in a Liferay-managed as-a-Service cloud environment.

“Enterprise software is being transformed by the constant pressure on organizations to rapidly digitize all areas of the business,” said Bryan Cheung , CEO of Liferay. “Software ‘as a Service’ has set a new standard in how quickly companies can launch digital solutions, but the SaaS model is generally closed, and all customers get the same solution,” he stressed. the manager. “With Liferay Experience Cloud, we provide a highly flexible platform to build custom solutions with the speed and convenience of software as a service.”

With the Liferay Experience Cloud, organizations can create multiple types of custom solutions, including customer experiences, employee portals, and solutions for vendors, distributors, and retailers. Back-end integration is simplified with new capabilities to expose whatever information is needed to customers/partners/users, and custom code can be deployed and managed without compromising ease of upgrades or access to new functionality. Through consumption-based pricing, the business can start small, using only what it needs, while rapidly expanding capabilities and gaining higher performance. The offer is hosted and managed entirely by Liferay,

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Highlights of the Liferay Experience Cloud include:

  • All DXP capabilities, on a single platform. Web content, digital assets, low code development, custom objects, e-commerce features, returns management, self-service knowledge base, analytics, personalization and search, among many others.
  • Always updated. The user always works with the most recent version of the product since the update is automatic. New functionalities are incorporated in a regular and controllable way to measure and manage disruptive changes.
  • Flexible and extensible, with highly customizable capabilities without the need for complex development at all levels: management of sites, pages, menus, personalization, advanced search, users and accounts, etc., back-end integration through connectors and cloud-based APIs. native. Remote custom code deployment using any language, including Python, GO, Java, and Javascript.
  • Support for designers: management of style books to facilitate compliance with brand standards and react quickly to new campaigns, acquisitions, etc. All this based on common standards such as HTML, CSS, Javascript.
  • Support for Front-end developers, who can use technologies that are already known as React, backend-for-frontend environments (GraphQL) or REST APIs.
  • Enterprise-grade security with top-tier anti-DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) protection and WAF (Web Application Firewall) capabilities.
  • User Data Protection Compliance Management: Native capabilities to support implementation of GDPR compliance and other data protection regulations.
  • Resilience: Proactive outage monitoring, automated self-healing processes, and performance optimization to ensure high application availability for users.
  • Automatic scaling in response to spikes in usage.

In addition to the fully managed version of Liferay Experience Cloud, Liferay continues to offer self-managed and on-premises versions, which are tailored to the different unique infrastructure needs that each company may require.

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