Liferay Unveils New Offering to Help Organizations Create Engaging Experiences and Digitize Operations
Liferay DXP 7.3 delivers new capabilities that empower organizations to scale content creation and management
Liferay, Inc., which makes software that helps companies create digital experiences on web, mobile, and connected devices, announced the release of Liferay DXP 7.3. Liferay DXP supports the need for today’s organizations to digitize their operations and quickly create engaging digital experiences for customers, dealers, partners, and employees.
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“We’re proud of our exceptional strength in addressing the needs of authenticated users in complex B2B, B2E, and long-term B2C use cases like partner and dealer portals, intranets, and self-service customer portals,” said Ed Chung, VP of Global Product Management at Liferay. “The innovations in Liferay DXP 7.3 extend our historical strengths by helping businesses speed up the process of content creation, improve experience management, and digitize operations to the benefit of both IT and business users.”
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Liferay is unique among digital experience vendors in being able to support multiple business objectives from a single flexible platform. These include driving employee productivity with a modern intranet, increasing online B2B revenue with a digital commerce solution, decreasing customer support costs with a self-service portal, and unifying disparate systems with robust integration capabilities.
By enhancing the ability of business users to directly create, measure, and audit digital experiences, Liferay DXP 7.3 allows organizations to do more with less and roll out and modify digital solutions faster than ever. IT teams benefit from the power to manage multiple solutions from a single platform, powerful and flexible APIs that make integration with external systems seamless, and reduced demands on resources as business users are empowered to act independently.
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