Oxcyon covered in the 2016 Gartner Market Trends of User Experience Platforms

CLEVELAND, Ohio- March 31, 2016. Oxcyon, Inc. a leader in Enterprise Content Management and Digital Experience Platforms was included in the "2016 Market Trends: Unification of the User Experience Platform Marketplace", by Gartner. This new emerging market, also referred to as DXP (Digital Experience Platform) by Gartner is poised for growth. This market unifies many features which have come before it like: Content Management, Document Management, Forms, Reporting, Workflow, Mobile (Responsive Design), SSO (Single Sign On), Email, LMS (Learning Management) and Ecommerce to deliver an entire 'platform' to drive an organization's digital strategy.

"Oxcyon is pleased to be recognized in this emerging space", says Sam Keller, Oxcyon's  CEO. "We would like to think we invented it as the pioneer in this space, dating back to 2001". "Oxcyon saw a pattern of convergence which was occurring due to so many disparate (cobbled together) technologies. What client's needed was a singular, centralized repository to manage all of their many user profiles from one tool". He continues to say "Centralpoint not only provides you all of the digital tools you need to personalize each of your members' experiences today, but also for tomorrow, due to our bi weekly remote (pull) update. This evergreen update process guarantees that our clients (whether hosted on premise or in the cloud) always stay ahead of their competitors with the latest greatest tools."

"Digital Experience means every aspect of your user's online interaction with your organization. It could include subscription to email alerts, online test taking, collaboration around documents, and even gamification (tracking each user against all users to determine (and/or incentives for) their participation)." "Gartner got it right...it is a convergence or unification, which reminds me a lot of technology which has been around before...the mainframe." History does repeat itself, and this time around it means a web based mainframe, capable of securely serving each user based on their roles, of course with much more functionality offered than the basic tools of of yesterday."  

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