Sitecore® announced it has fully integrated the core products from the acquisitions of Boxever, Four51, Moosend and Reflektion into its Digital Experience Platform (DXP). The completion of these integrations is a significant milestone as Sitecore reimagines how content, experience orchestration, commerce and analytics support modern enterprises in becoming digital-first.
The integration comes at a critical time for brands looking to revolutionize digital experiences to meet customers in the moment with more relevant, intuitive, and human experiences. The new additions have been fundamental to expanding Sitecore’s DXP and will enable businesses to provide real-time, personalized digital experiences across every touchpoint, from content to commerce.
Dave O’Flanagan, Chief Product Office at Sitecore, said: “For brands to truly meet the moment, it has never been more crucial than it is now to adopt technology that offers choice, flexibility, and speed. Sitecore is committed to delivering a composable DXP that meets the continuously changing needs of brands – unifying content, experience, and commerce, enabling them to offer exceptional customer experiences while continuing to innovate for whatever demands are around the corner. Ambitious brands have outgrown the one-size-fits-all vendors, and they will not settle for piecemeal point solutions – they need a stack of best-in-class features that work in harmony together – and this is what Sitecore delivers.”
Sitecore plans to continue its investment and growth in Minneapolis, San Mateo, Greece and Ireland, where the four acquired companies were initially founded.
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