Sitecore Experience Accelerator (SXA)Blog Category :Published on: 24 July 2019
The Sitecore Experience Accelerator module is used to increase your speed to market, enables you to deliver more easily at scale and gives mobile responsiveness by default. It is favored by organizations who want to achieve a smooth sailing website build and deployment.
Faster time-to-market Digital marketing made easy with the support of Sitecore and SXA marketing features
Reduced development costsAssemble sites using responsive and reusable components which cuts related expenses
Minimum to zero development Enable different work streams (Frontend, Backend & Content population) to run in parallel. A SXA site cuts down the timelines to half on an average when compared to a typical non-SXA site.
Brand recognition and integrity Ready-made themes to enable brand consistency while enhancing its recognition.
SXA comes with approximately 100 pre-built components which helps in assembling all pages easily
The drag and drop interface provides an opportunity for content authors to design the pages on the fly without the intervention of IT team
Mobile and responsiveness
UI frameworks helps in building friendly pages for all devices
Ability to create related sites under a single brand using SXA
Social Networks Integration
Connect to social media from the website easily.
Pre-built SXA’s search indexes to search the website.
Best practice by default
SXA is built using Helix principles which helps in maintaining the site.
In-built SEO to improve the ranking of websites
SXA’s Asset Optimizer and caching techniques helps in improving performance
Setup security on the website using SXA
How Sitecore SXA with Commerce
- A full B2C retail commerce template based on Sitecore best practices to deploy on premise or in the Cloud.
- SXA Commerce includes 40+ commerce-specific components that can help build a web page without requiring IT resources.
- Third party integrations for payment during checkout.
When to Use SXA?
SXA is a good fit for organizations that use a lot of highly structured sites that make use of shared content.
New implementations that match the feature set of SXA
Smaller sites looking to take advantage of the marketing/experience features of Sitecore
Highly regulated organizations, where content & presentation governance is more rigid