Digital employee experiences shouldn’t be hard to build | Akumina

Building digital employee experiences shouldn’t require an engineering degree

Akumina's Experience Builder

Akumina's Experience Builder eases the burden on IT, empowers non-technical EXP users

Experience Builder eases the burden on
IT, empowers non-technical EXP users

One of the requests we hear about with employee experience platforms (aka, the new way to build digital workplaces and forever vanquish blech intranets), is the necessity for non-technical users to be able to build pages and whatnot without help.

You shouldn’t need a post-graduate degree to build a webpage. And you shouldn’t place the burden on IT and developers to pick widgets and content, and then move them around for the right audiences. Create the widgets and the back-end stuff, sure, but the rest HAS to be easier.

Here’s the deal: It is easier … now.

One of the coolest features of this week’s Akumina 4.5 release is Experience Builder, which puts the power of creating new experiences in the hands of business users. Building pages, a series of pages, and collaboration spaces can now be done at any level with a Virtual Experience Canvas. Our VXC has premade page layouts with zones, rows, columns, and specified functionality.

From components to full-blown sites, we got you. Learn how here:

  1. Akumina Digital Workplace page on the Akumina flagship website.
  2. Working with Experience Builder on the Akumina Learning Center.

The Akumina Employee Experience Platform also features Persona Builder to identify each user for personalization, the Impersonation Engine to make sure intended audiences get intended content, and Headless 2.0 for more support of “headless” or decoupled development.

Still need more?

Want a demo of all the new bells and whistles in the Akumina EXP? Sign up for a demo here.

In the meantime, check out this webinar for a look at Akumina’s 4.5 release.

Dave Pierce
Dave Pierce
Dave Pierce manages the Akumina Community website, where he writes content, interacts with Akumina users, and shares success stories and how-to materials. He came to Akumina from Acquia, an open-source digital experience company. He brings 20-plus years of award-winning journalism experience, most notably at The Boston Globe. Dave lives in Nashua, New Hampshire, with his wife, Dana, two teenage daughters, his sweet cat Leia, and another cat who is his sworn enemy.
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