Oracle Content and Experience users manage and publish thousands of assets across many cross-channel campaigns and experiences. Given the complexity of these operations, tools and analytics are necessary to track the status of assets across channels.
Oracle Content and Experience (OCE) is excited to announce with their latest releases a new set of operational analytics features. These tools help identify bottlenecks in your content publishing pipeline, accelerate time-to-publishing and reduce costs of content management and publishing.
Enterprise users with Contributor access to a repository will find new tab “Analytics” in their main menu. The ‘Analytics Dashboards’ are useful for three types of roles within OCE.
The analytics help Content Contributors and Editors answer the following kinds of questions:
Repository administrators now have additional insight and can provide answers to questions such as:
A Channels Dashboard that enables Site Publishers to answer the following types of questions:
Many of the analytic metrics and visualizations link to the asset repository, so you can drill down to view the assets counted in the Analytics Reports.
With the latest release (March 2019) OCE launched a ‘Sites and Channels’ dashboard that reports session-level statistics of visitors to various OCE sites or other channels. This empowers Site Publishers to answer questions such as:
Over the next few releases, we expect to provide additional innovation within our content analytics features. The continuing evolution of these features/functionality provide and in depth review of content and its performance to further the diagnostic capabilities of the OCE user.
Upcoming Analytic capabilities that are planned:
More details on these exciting features to come.