Pimcore Launches Data Hub To Strengthen Content-As-A-Service Capabilities

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According to a recent press release, “Pimcore, the leading open-source platform for data and customer experience management, has released Pimcore Data Hub to provide organizations with enhanced technology to create fast, scalable apps without multiple steps. The new feature will enable organizations to centrally manage product and web content data, and translate it into neutral formats to be used across multiple channels for a consistent and unified customer experience. ‘Data Hub makes Pimcore the most progressive open-source digital experience platform in the market,’ said Dietmar Rietsch, CEO of Pimcore. ‘With our centrally stored content data and advanced APIs, we’re able to disrupt the content management experience for our clients. What once would be an arduous and time consuming process of deriving insights from disparate data sets to inform a unique, front-end customer experience, is now simplified and streamlined. That helps organizations drive revenue faster’.”

The release continues, “Pimcore Data Hub will become the main platform for data delivery and consumption in Pimcore. It’s based on Pimcore APIs, so it’s easy to connect with eCommerce software and SaaS applications no matter the industry standard, proprietary or legacy formats. It’s easily compatible with React, Angular, and other Javascript frameworks. Specifically, the new tools gives users the ability to: (1) Integrate different input and output channel technologies in a simple and easy-to-configure user interface. (2) Import and export data from and into Pimcore in different formats. (3) Access automated, reusable data pipelines for scale and efficiency. Given Pimcore is currently the only open-source digital experience platform, Data Hub will make content-as-a-service offerings more accessible across the enterprise as organizations continue to work across diverse sets of content data. As Data Hub is iterated on, it will be made compatible with recurring CSV and Microsoft Excel flat file imports and exports.”

Read more at PRweb.

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