Liferay, Inc., which makes software that helps companies create digital experiences on web, mobile, and connected devices, announced the release of Liferay DXP 7.4.
The new version of the company's digital experience platform keeps on improving its capabilities to help organisations quickly adapt its digital channels to changing demands from customers, dealers, partners and employees, while also advancing in digitising operations.
"We are excited to deliver new and improved capabilities that allow technical and non-technical users to work smarter and faster to create and launch unique solutions on the Liferay platform", said Damian Rochman, VP of product management at Liferay. "The release of Liferay DXP 7.4 reflects the need for all users working with complex B2B, B2E, and long-term B2C use cases to have more accessible, affordable and customisable options for digital solutions."
Liferay DXP 7.4 expands on its ability to provide business users with the functionalities to create, manage and improve rich digital experiences, using data driven insights and low-code / no-code capabilities. As business users are empowered to act independently, organisations can focus on reducing the cost and effort needed to launch and maintain digital experiences. IT teams will also benefit as they can focus on delivering digitisation on a large scale, leveraging Liferay as the foundation for an interconnected enterprise landscape.
With Liferay, organisations can create seamless B2B buying experiences, decrease customer support costs with self-service portals, unify disparate systems with robust integration capabilities, and drive employee productivity with modern intranets.
Release highlights include:
- Search experiences: blueprints. Business users shouldn’t be completely reliant on IT teams to help build or modify their digital experiences. With low-code and no-code capabilities such as blueprints, on Liferay DXP 7.4 users can easily manage and create the experiences they need. Part of the new Liferay enterprise search experiences application, users can alter Liferay’s default search behaviour by building their own custom search algorithms (i.e. boost a term, filter out results, include geolocation, etc) using a no-code visual query builder called blueprints.
- Low code application builder. Business users can also build their own applications, freeing up IT teams to handle more complex and strategic issues. Users can leverage Liferay objects to customise DXP, allowing them to create and manage objects, add fields, object layouts, relationships, and define the scope for each custom object. Liferay objects are fully integrated with existing Liferay DXP frameworks, such as workflows, headless and permissions.
- Click to chat connector. Customers can easily communicate with sales and/or support reps through chatbot integration on 7.4. Liferay provides out-of-the-box connectors for a variety of providers, including Liveperson.
- Accessibility and SEO audits. Quickly check a page’s compliance with best practices for performance, accessibility and search engine metadata. Users will be able to see warnings and tips to improve each of the categories.
- Auto-translation of web content. Content creators can save time by focusing on polishing automatically translated web content, rather than needing to start from scratch.
- DocuSign integration. To streamline contracts and workflows, Liferay now integrates with DocuSign. This allows users to view the status of sent documents and download signed forms, all within Liferay.
For more details visit www.liferay.com.