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Enterprise Immersive Experience Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2024

Enterprise Immersive Experience Services

As the immersive experience landscape evolves from its initial stages to a fully realized state, it promises to transform both consumer and enterprise digital experiences. Despite its early development, enterprises are increasingly recognizing its value and are poised to increase investments in this field. This market is driven by the surging consumer demand for immersive and captivating experiences, presenting numerous opportunities for enterprises across various sectors. The potential applications of immersive technology span diverse areas, such as immersive marketing, enhanced customer experiences, improved employee training, and the facilitation of live virtual events and digital asset trading.

Advances in Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR) technologies are propelling this growth, offering users and enterprises immersive content experiences. The integration of immersive technologies across sectors such as Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance, manufacturing, retail, education, gaming, healthcare, hi-tech, and entertainment is reshaping consumer behaviors and creating new opportunities for engaging experiences. The expanding market is further fueled by rising investment in immersive technology and Web 3.0, indicating a promising future for immersive experience services across industries.

Enterprise Immersive Experience Services

What is in this PEAK Matrix® Report

In this report, we assess 16 immersive experience service providers featured on the Enterprise Immersive Experience Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2024 and categorize them as Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants based on their capabilities and offerings.


Contents: 

In this report, we:

  • Evaluate 16 leading immersive experience service providers on Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® evaluation framework
  • Share the characteristics of Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants in the market
  • Assess providers’ key strengths and limitations

Scope:

  • All industries and geographies
  • The study is based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for the calendar year 2024, interactions with leading technology providers, client reference checks, and an ongoing analysis of the immersive experience services market

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What is the PEAK Matrix®?

The PEAK Matrix® provides an objective, data-driven assessment of service and technology providers based on their overall capability and market impact across different global services markets, classifying them into three categories: Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants.

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Digital Experience Platform (DXP) Products PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2023

Digital Experience Platform (DXP) Products 

The rising digital native population seeks seamless and innovative experiences driven by emerging technologies. Providing such connected experiences supported by technology requires a robust and interconnected set of solutions. In our digitally driven society, Digital Experience (DX) holds unprecedented significance, especially with the rise of a generation inherently familiar with digital technologies. The emphasis on experience has grown to the extent that consumers now consider a real-time, all-encompassing, highly personalized, and channel-agnostic experience as a basic expectation rather than a distinguishing factor. Enterprises must recognize that delivering an outstanding DX is not just a competitive advantage but a necessity for their continued relevance and expansion.

To achieve a seamless and forward-thinking connected experience, enterprises need a Digital Experience Platform (DXP) that consolidates essential capabilities (content, engagement, and digital commerce) within a unified and interoperable framework. Thus, a DXP serves as a comprehensive enterprise solution, enabling businesses to effectively construct, deliver, and monitor exceptional connected experiences.

Digital Experience Platform

What is in this PEAK Matrix® Report

In this report, we assess 16 DXP providers featured on the DXP Products PEAK Matrix®, a comprehensive matrix that evaluates and categorizes technology providers in terms of their product capabilities and wider market acceptance. Each provider profile offers a comprehensive overview of its key strengths and limitations and includes enterprise sourcing considerations. The research will help buyers select the right-fit technology provider for their needs, while technology providers will be able to benchmark themselves against the competition.
 

In this report, we:

  • Examine 16 DXP providers’ capabilities and offerings
  • Position the providers on Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® framework as Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants
  • List providers’ key strengths and limitations

Scope

  • All industries and geographies.
  • The assessment is based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for the calendar year 2023, interactions with leading technology providers, client reference checks, and an ongoing analysis of the DXP market.

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Digital Experience Platforms (DXP) in Asset and Wealth Management (AWM) Products PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2023

Digital Experience Platforms (DXP) in Asset and Wealth Management (AWM) Products PEAK Matrix® Assessment

The Asset and Wealth Management (AWM) industry is seeing the democratization of finance, growing demand for personalized digital experiences, and the emergence of new products such as digital assets and ESG-compliant investments. To adapt to evolving customer preferences and meet regulatory requirements, AWM managers are increasingly turning to Digital Experience Platforms (DXPs) to revamp their operations, streamline costs, enhance data management capabilities, and deliver tailored client experiences. By leveraging DXPs, AWM firms aim to provide advisors with a comprehensive, real-time view of data through intuitive dashboards, enabling them to deliver better service.

The integration of DXPs empowers asset and wealth managers to optimize their processes, personalize client interactions, and create an enhanced advisor experience. DXP providers are plugging the gaps in functionality coverage through build, buy, and partnership investments, along with the infusion of emerging technologies in their current product offerings. They are also establishing a robust partnership ecosystem comprising FinTech point solutions, technology providers, WealthTechs, and consulting and implementation partners to drive commercial and GTM innovations.

PEAK DXP AWM

What is in this PEAK Matrix® Report

In this report, we assess 12 leading DXP providers for AWM products and categorize them as Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants. The research will help buyers select the right-fit technology providers for their needs, while technology providers will be able to benchmark themselves against the competition.

Contents:

  • Twelve DXP providers for AWM products
  • Key trends in the DXP market for AWM products
  • Key enterprise sourcing considerations (strengths and limitations) for each of the 12 DXP providers evaluated
  • Implications for DXP providers

Scope:

  • Industry: Asset and wealth management
  • Geography: global

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Digital Experience Platform: A Key Lever for Insurer Differentiation and Growth | Blog

The challenge: insurers need an effective digital experience for their customers

As insurers cope with the impact of COVID-19 on multiple fronts, effective digital communication with their customers has become more important than ever. Transparent, relevant, and crisp customer communications are key differentiators. While insurers have historically relied on intermediaries to communicate with their customers, they have made significant movement toward direct-to-consumer communications; however, the pandemic has highlighted just how far they still have to go.

Insurers have to balance a wide variety of public-facing and back-office demands, challenging in any time, but especially so during a pandemic. On top of the ongoing work of claims intake and management, sales and distribution, new policy onboarding, business continuity, etc., insurers need to efficiently and effectively answer custom questions and solve problems, proactively communicate about pandemic-related initiatives (such as premium relaxations and rebates, relief programs, and flexibility around policy renewal) – essentially, support and service their policyholders in a time of great stress.

Insurers need to arm their agents with information and content, as well as a complete view of each customer, including content from a variety of sources and analytics to pull it all together and make sense of it. To do so, insurers need to collect and consolidate customer data from multiple sources, run AI-enabled analytics, and curate digital content assets for honest, empathetic, and relevant communication with customers. From there, they need to determine how to disseminate personalized content with an omnichannel approach to reach the customers in the ways best suited to their needs.

The potential answer: the Digital Experience Platform (DXP)

Digital experience is the key lever for insurers to pull to effectively communicate with clients and prospects, to offer the desired customer experience, and to meet the challenge posed by digital-native companies and InsurTechs. A successful digital experience strategy, driven by a fit-for-purpose product that can meet customer needs, impacts and enhances the entire customer journey, and is a strategic imperative for insurers. An effective digital experience platform can provide an omnichannel personalized experience to the end customer, offer a single view of the customer, innovate service delivery, and provide a smoother experience for agents.

At the center of the digital experience solution is the Digital Experience Platform (DXP). See Exhibit 1 for Everest Group’s vision of a DXP for insurers.

Everest Group’s vision of a DXP for Insurance

 

To orchestrate insurers’ digital content management needs, the DXP should offer

  • A configurable and structured content value chain with centralized content / digital asset management and templatized content creation
  • Responsive web design with an intuitive UI/UX for consistent omnichannel content delivery
  • Effective Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) to identify prospective customers

To meet customer expectations and maintain high levels of customer experience, the DXP needs to

  • Provide consistent and seamless omnichannel interactions
  • Map the customer journey and offer personalized experiences leveraging meaningful customer data analytics
  • Offers self-service portals to enable policy, billing, and claims management
  • Monitor customer feedback through internal metrics and external sources and identify and rectify pain points in the customer journey

To enable agents, brokers, and advisors to have meaningful customer interactions, the DXP must

  • Generate a unified, 360-degree view of the customer through internal and external data sources
  • Optimize workflow with a digital portal that provides self-service capabilities, simplified document management, a holistic view of the customer, relevant product information, and channels to communicate with underwriters to provide quick quotes
  • Provide sales support and leverage customer data to identify effective interaction levers, cross-/ up-sell opportunities, and win probability scores to help prioritize sales

To meet insurers’ technology needs, a DXP should offer

  • A robust Application Programmable Interface (API) framework for integration with the insurer’s systems
  • Internal and external data aggregation with AI-driven analytics to provide personalized experiences and enable agents
  • An app marketplace with insurance-focused apps and integration frameworks to enable product enhancements
  • Low-/no-code development features for minimal re/upskilling of the insurer’s workforce and enable automation to enhance operational efficiencies

The DXPs that can curate superior customer experiences, enable both customers and agents, and provide digital enablers to drive business impact lead the pack in Everest Group’s assessment of DXP vendor landscape for insurance, illustrated in exhibit 2.

Everest Group’s assessment of DXP vendor landscape for insurance

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In our recently released report, Assessing Digital Experience Platforms in Insurance and Vendor Profiles 2020 – Building SUPER Insurance Experiences to Drive Differentiation and Growth, we take a closer look at digital experience trends in insurance and explore the impact of an effective digital experience strategy. The report includes a detailed analysis of 13 leading technology vendors on their DXPs’ capabilities and abilities to meet insurer needs.

Please feel free to reach out to [email protected] to share your experiences.

Digital Experience Platforms: An Idea Whose Time Has Come | Blog

In today’s increasingly competitive environment, enterprises need to package their offerings with superior and memorable experiences to remain relevant. They need to streamline their efforts to deliver a unified and seamless digital experience to stakeholders. While they’ve attempted to achieve this with point solutions such as CRM platforms, campaign management tools, and other experience management solutions, their disjointed and incompatible portfolios have often created more problems than solutions.

Enter the Digital Experience Platform (DXP)

In response to an obvious need, vendors including Adobe, IBM, Oracle, and Salesforce have created a digital experience platform or DXP. We define a DXP as a comprehensive suite of solutions enabling enterprises to deliver a content-rich, stakeholder-driven digital experience (DX), encompassing all digital touchpoints.

Its main function is to digitally enable the three pillars or modules of DX – content management, brand engagement, and digital e-commerce – so enterprises can create business value through a well-structured and unified experience.

The Digital Experience Platform (DXP)

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  • Content management: A DXP offers various services across the content management lifecycle, such as dynamic templates for designers, a library of frequently used content, and widgets and tools for reviewing and publishing content to multiple platforms, which help enterprises effectively and centrally manage the content they publish.
  • Brand engagement: A DXP unlocks numerous aspects of brand engagement across functions including marketing, advertising, sales, and experience management. With capabilities like end-to-end campaign automation and drag-and-drop tools to design customer journey maps, a DXP enables experience-as-a-service for enterprises.
  • Digital e-commerce: A DXP activates different facets of digital e-commerce with solutions like AI-enabled merchandising, visual merchandising, automated management and maintenance of product data, and central dashboards to manage all websites.

In addition, a DXP has tools to help deliver a data-driven experience across the customer experience value chain by enabling functions such as sales, marketing, merchandising, and content publishing via different modules.

Beyond the basics

Most of the DXPs in today’s market provide the same basic services. But the leading DXP providers also provide ancillary, value-add services on top. Some of the most popular are omnichannel services, API-integration, and tools for improved developer experience.

Per our recently released research report, BigTech Battle: Digital Experience Platforms (DXP) Assessment – Rise of the Digital Experience Platform, the leading players are adding more functionality to the DXP to enhance its features and functionality. For instance, they are helping make the development process less technical with the help of services such as What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWIG) interfaces, drag and drop functionality, and templates to create new experiences. This significantly reduces the creative team’s dependency on the technical team and improves the overall efficiency of the experience delivered. The top providers also have tools for end-to-end omnichannel customer journey mapping and enable the use of “win scores” to prioritize sales opportunities and probability metrics to measure the experience delivered.

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These players are also using technology to enhance the functionality of the different solutions they offer, such as AI for content creation, event-based automation (cart abandonment), and advanced analytics solutions.

Simply put, a DXP is a more efficient way for an enterprise to manage its DX. In today’s increasingly competitive market, enterprises need to leverage a platform-based approach to deliver a compelling and sticky experience.

For more insight on the DXP market and a detailed analysis of current vendors, please read our report: BigTech Battle: Digital Experience Platforms (DXP) Assessment – Rise of the Digital Experience Platform.

Please share your experiences with the digital experience platform and the overall experience ecosystem with us at [email protected] and [email protected].

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