DXP Strategy

Altola can help you answer the questions that determine & guide your digital experience strategy:

  • What can I realistically accomplish given my constraints (time, budget, resources, etc.)?
  • Who from my organization should be involved in this project? When? For how long?
  • Is my organization prepared for this project? If not, how do we get prepared?
  • What do I need to think about that I'm not thinking about?
  • How do I define and measure success?
  • How do I coordinate across departments?
  • How do I break up a large, complex project into digestible parts?
  • Which personalization approach is right for us?
  • What data do I need to collect in order to be ready for machine learning in the future?
  • How do I align taxonomies & naming conventions across different technologies & teams?

There are tons of compelling, exciting stories out there about how digital experience management is leading to increased customer engagement, conversion and delight.

It can be easy to determine where an organization wants to end up. What isn't so easy to determine the right path to get there.

Technology Expertise

We have built, sold and supported digital experience platforms, and we have upgraded, migrated and rescued digital experience solutions. Altola brings this experience to you to help with:

  • Infrastructure/architecture review, design and recommendations
  • Prototyping and proof-of-concept development
  • Performance/scalability tuning and optimization
  • Integration design and implementation
  • Mobile/PWA development
  • Mentoring and technology boot-camps

The importance of establishing a solid foundation for the execution of a digital experience platform cannot be overstated. By definition a solid foundation is something that can be safely and successfully built upon for years to come.

Expert Advisory

Executing a digital experience strategy usually involves working with vendors and implementation partners. And there are a lot of companies out there to consider.

Altola brings years of experience on both sides of the table to help our customers select the right partners. We do this by helping you get answers to fundamental questions so you can make a well-educated decision:

  • Is this vendor a good fit for my requirements?
  • What will it take to build the solution I saw in a vendor demo?
  • Are there licensing implications I need to consider?
  • What am I buying from a vendor? What will I need to build myself?
  • Does this implementation partner have the right experience to help me?
  • How do I interpret the responses I get on an RFP?
  • Does the vendor's solution allow me to leverage my current technology investments?
  • How does the vendor's solution fit in with significant market innovations happening today?