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Enables marketers and business users to easily create and manage contextually relevant social and interactive online experiences across multiple channels on a global scale to drive sales and loyalty.
Oracle WebCenter Sites features a visual and intuitive contributor interface.
Oracle WebCenter Sites makes it easier for Ancestry.com to deliver engaging and interactive experiences to their customers.
Site authors can edit web pages in Oracle WebCenter Sites using Web Mode or Form Mode.
Australia based financial institution, BankWest, runs on Oracle WebCenter Sites.
Marketers or other business users can easily change the layout of their web pages with Oracle WebCenter Sites.
“Thanks to Oracle WebCenter Sites’ powerful rule engine and intuitive content authoring and design tool, we now launch marketing campaigns 60% faster, accelerated time-to-market by 40%, reduced labor costs by 30%, and boosted sales.”
— Du Pengfei, General Manager, IT Department, Tian An Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
“Oracle WebCenter Sites proved to be a fine-tuned and flexible web content management system that allowed us to migrate Helsana Group’s websites quite easily. It improved website performance and significantly increased our content managers’ productivity. Above all, it enables Helsana Group to offer customers a better user experience and service, and improves our competitiveness in a multichannel online world.”
— Thomas Suhner, Project Leader, Helsana Group (Helsana Versicherungen AG)
“We chose Oracle WebCenter Suite Plus over IBM because it was cost-effective, secure, and enabled us to provide more efficient, transparent, and consistent decision-making and improve citizen-service delivery. We automated our document workflow and reduced paper and document-management costs by US$125,000 in one year. We also increased productivity and user engagement, enabling us to connect people, processes, and information in a collaborative environment.”
— A.M. Parial, Chief Executive Officer, Chhattisgarrh Infotech & Biotech Promotion Society