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Kentico 11 Released!

Dec 12, 2017
Kentico’s latest version, Kentico 11, launched as an early holiday gift to awesome developers and amazing marketers alike.
Kentico 11 is geared to respond to market trends such as:
  • Growing customer and user experience expectations – we know that in this world, people expect a seamless experience – not just for online shopping. And they are not comparing you to your competition! They are comparing you to the last experience they had – including Google, Amazon, Apple, or even their drivers license or insurance renewal.
  • Multiple channels, touchpoints, and devices – this is a norm in our world.
Focus areas include:
  • Email Marketing enhancements – more on this in a later blog as it’s worthy of its own post
  • Ecommerce – enhancements to ecommerce out of the box
  • Integration with Ucommerce – fully integrated for complex B2B and B2C solutions
  • Azure search – seamless integration, allowing cloud based scalability and is highly customizable
  • Salesforce Marketing Cloud and Dynamics CRM Connector – as well as Marketo
  • GDPR – General Data Production Regulation for individuals within the EU, allows for managing and revoking consent
Want to know how this impacts your organization? Contact us today to learn more!

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