DrupalCon Amsterdam 2019: Stop buying Drupal websites, buy open digital experiences
Dominique De Cooman
Dropsolid, Gent, Belgium
According to Gartner 93% of customer experience projects yield return on investment. Visionary enterprises are moving away from building individual Drupal websites and are moving towards digital experience platforms (DXP).
This session explains how Drupal can be deployed as a digital experience platform. Dropsolid platform and the distribution called rocketship (https://www.drupal.org/project/dropsolid_rocketship) allows midsize enterprises to deploy Drupal as DXP.
Attendees will learn what the key differences are between regular websites and the DXP. Enterprises will be able to learn how they can use a digital experience platform to drive their digital transformation and how they increase customer life time values.
Target audiences: Anyone considering Drupal as an enterprise solution to drive digital transformation and increase customer experience. And other Drupalshop owners interested in learning how to sell Drupal as a DXP.
Note: This is not a Dropsolid pitch but a pitch to consider Drupal as open DXP versus closed DXP like adobe, sitecore, bloomreach, ...
Extra info: We would like to invite customers and potential customers to attend this session. We already invited several customers with our tickets from our Diamond sponsorship.
As an expert in creating digital customer experiences with Drupal the last 12 years, I helped hundreds of organisations with their open digital experiences and their digital transformation.
About Dropsolid, the company I've founded in 2013 grew to 65 in 5 years due to increased demand in open digital experiences (DCX). Dropsolid is an expert in open DCX based on Drupal. It helps companies take control of their digital experiences and increases customer life time value by delighting users and empowering internal employees. Dropsolid guides customers with strategic advice, agile integration and a Platform-as-service in the creation of the best digital customer experiences based on Drupal.