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Nosto Recognized as 2020 Adobe Commercial Exchange Partner of the Year

NEW YORK (Apr 15, 2020) - Nosto, an Adobe Exchange Premier Partner and AI-powered commerce experience platform, has been honored as the Commercial Exchange Partner of the Year. The annual awards recognize those partners that have shown exceptional leadership and growth in the Adobe Digital Experience partner ecosystem.

As a Premier Partner in the Adobe Exchange Partner Program, Nosto's Magento Commerce integration uses onsite behavioral data, performance metrics and product attributes to help Magento merchants create relevant one-to-one shopping experiences in real-time, driving higher conversion rates, average order values, and, ultimately, higher revenue.

Celebrus Optimizes Digital Marketing with Adobe Experience Cloud Integration

Sunbury-on-Thames, 8th May 2018: D4t4 Solutions Plc recently announced general availability for the latest release of its leading Celebrus Customer Data Platform (CDP). This release includes specific features for Adobe Experience Cloud users that enable enterprises to drive more value from their marketing cloud investment.

Streaming of experience data to augment behaviour data

Study Shows WordPress at Top of the CMS Market Among Enterprise Organizations

A new, international study jointly commissioned by WP Engine and Manifesto and conducted by Vanson Bourne explores which content management system (CMS) technologies are used most commonly by enterprises and discovers what benefits these organizations derive from using multiple CMSs. “WordPress Success Among Enterprise CMSs” study surveyed over 300 enterprise-level IT and marketing decision makers in the U.S. and U.K. The majority (61 percent) of the respondents worked for organizations with at least 3,000 employees and on average came from organizations whose global revenue totaled $3.2 billion. The survey found WordPress is on par with Adobe Experience Manager as the most frequently used CMS in either a primary or secondary fashion.

Zylpha Supplies Frettens Solicitors With Adobe eSign

Legal Systems Innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) is to supply Adobe’s eSign software to The Legal 500 recognized solicitor Frettens. The software will be used throughout the firm for initial paperwork and also in the property department to speed up the process of completing property forms. By using eSign, as opposed to post, Frettens hope to shorten the time taken to complete conveyancing transactions. The system will be integrated with the practice’s existing Visualfiles case management system to ensure seamless workflows and ease of use.

Mailbag: DPCI Announces the DPSBridge Module for Drupal

A few days ago, I received an advance copy DPCI's press release announcing that DPCI has contributed an open source module to integrate Drupal with the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. As far as I can tell, the Drupal 7 module is currently a sandbox project  but I assume it will eventually be released as a full module once the code is worked out. 

Google improving search for Flash sites

I'm not a huge fan of creating sites with Adobe's Flash.  I personally find Flash sites difficult to navigate, bookmark, and retrieve worthwhile information.  However, I can understand why the more artistic Web designers and site owners out there prefer to use Flash when building a website.  But in my mind, one of the biggest drawbacks with Flash is that Google and other search engines have a difficult time reading and indexing Flash sites.  Let's face it, if Google can't search your site then it is highly unlikely your customers will find your site in the first few pages displayed by Googl

Photoshop and Web 2.0

Confession: I never knew how much there was to Photoshop until my wife, the photographer, decided to move over to the digital age. During the course of our marriage, while she has excelled in the art of digital photography, as well as Photoshop, I have remained the amateur.

Luckily, Corrie Haffly at Sitepoint has started a series of articles for geeks like us who still think all we need on our Websites is any of the eight colors we learned when we were five. (By the way, I got a star on my paper in kindergarten...red, blue, yellow, green, orange, purple, brown, and black!)

The visual style that has come to be associated with the term Web 2.0 has exploded in popularity; everywhere you look, corporate sites, web service sites, ecommerce sites, and even personal blogs are making use of clean, minimalist design coupled with fancy graphic effects. If you'd like to jump on the bandwagon, this is the article for you!