Collecting actionable insights is at the core of many enterprise priorities.
At the Sitecore Symposium in Las Vegas on Tuesday, XCentium announced that it has launched the Gigya-Sitecore Connector. With the Gigya-Sitecore Connector by XCentium, enterprises can embed Gigya’s Social Login, RaaS (Registration-as-a-Service), Sharing, and Community Features throughout their Sitecore websites to facilitate deeper engagement and loyalty while collecting actionable consumer insights.
For the unfamiliar, Gigya processed more than 800 million logins through its registration-as-a-service and social login products in 2013.
Some of the features that the Gigya-Sitecore Connector include are:
Increased registrations with Social Login: Reduce the barrier to entry to login by allowing users to sign in to a site using their existing social media identities, or any OpenID or SAML provider you choose to offer.
Full site implementation from a single dashboard: Integrate Gigya’s on-site plugins from the Sitecore admin panel, dramatically simplifying the implementation process.
Action deep consumer insights without the legwork: Companies can increase user engagement and time spent on a site with out-of-the-box personalization tools. Customize the site content on a user-by-user basis by tying a user’s social profile, custom site information, influencer details, and activity data directly into Sitecore’s engine for presenting content to users.
Simplified Facebook App Review: Satisfy Facebook’s requirement to use any extended profile permissions directly within the user’s on-site experience, without any additional development work by your team.
More accurate user data: Unify consumer identity across multiple devices while offering users relevant experiences with consistent database updates that reflect users’ real-time social profile changes.
Stay socially compliant: Gigya’s Identity Storage complies with key social network platform policies, saving valuable development time and resources while ensuring compliance with social privacy and data standards.