New York, USA – New York-headquartered Optimizely, a provider of digital experience platform solutions, has launched ‘Data core service’ which enhances its digital experience platform (DXP) to provide deeper analytics and unified data insights across its suite of products.
With Data core service, Optmizely aims to provide companies a greater understanding of their customers, as well as their overall digital business performance. The new service will be available to Optimizely cloud customers by Q1 2022, and will be included at no charge, subject to 250K MAU’s usage limit, for customers who are implementing one or more of its solutions which include Content Cloud, Commerce Cloud, B2B Commerce Cloud, and Experimentation.
Optimizely said that Data core service will serve as the ‘connective tissue’ for its users, unifying data to serve as the ‘underlying force’ across content-centric, commerce-centric, and experimentation use cases, as well as customer profiling.
Data core service also provides common context, helping companies bring data across Optimizely into a centralized place and gain access to dashboards and analytics on how their digital business is performing. Ultimately, data core service aims to help companies deliver the right experience at the right time by providing visibility into their digital properties.
During the company’s virtual Opticon21 event, Justin Anovick, Optimizely’s chief product officer, said that the best DXP must be adaptable and that organizations shouldn’t have to manage disparate data sets or question where the single source of data truth is when developing their tech stack.
“With the launch of Data core service, we’re giving customers full visibility into their data without sacrificing composability,” said Anovick.
The service launch follows the company’s unification of the Optimizely and software Episerver brand and the acquisition of customer data platform Zaius in March 2021.
Optimizely has a global presence with offices in APAC including in Australia, Singapore, and Vietnam.