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Overview

Adobe Experience Manager helps you create, manage, and optimize digital customer experiences across every channel, including web, mobile apps, digital forms, and communities. With the ability to deliver next-generation experiences across both online and in-person interactions, you can increase demand and build lasting brand loyalty.

Relay Network enables you to engage your customers with personalized mobile experiences on a secure, interactive channel that increases revenue, reduces costs, and improves outcomes. All with nothing to download.

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Sample Customers
Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, University of Georgia, The University of Auckland, Dalhousie University, KfW Bankengruppe, IG Group, National Australia Bank, Investec, New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), Singapore Tourism Board, European Southern Observatory (ESO)Citizens Bank, Direct Energy, Independence Blue Cross, Travel Leaders
Adobe Web Experience Management is ranked 8th in Customer Experience Management while Relay Network is ranked 14th in Customer Experience Management. Adobe Web Experience Management is rated 0.0, while Relay Network is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Adobe Web Experience Management is most compared with SDL Tridion DX, whereas Relay Network is most compared with .

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