Lumavate is a no-code digital experience platform (DXP) that makes it easy for everyone to create engaging and personalized digital experiences that drive results for customers, partners, and employees. The Lumavate Platform consists of the Command Center and the Studio. The Command Center serves as the mission control for all of the digital experiences built across your business. The Studio is where you create and manage your digital experiences.
Using Lumavate, you can create a wide variety of digital experiences including landing pages, microsites, mobile apps, portals, websites, field service applications, eCommerce, and connected products.
Lumavate primarily works with enterprise and mid-market companies that sell physical products. Some of Lumavate’s customers include Cummins, Roche, Herff Jones, Delta Faucet, Trinchero Family Estates, BraunAbility, Warren Rupp, and more.
As a true no-code platform, Lumavate is designed to be used by anyone in your organization. The most common owner of the Lumavate Platform is the marketing department who uses the platform for both external and internal use cases. Lumavate is also often used by team members in HR, product, services, sales, operations, and more.
Lumavate is designed to empower marketers to build powerful digital experiences for every moment in the customer journey without code. Below are some examples of the key functionality of the Lumavate Platform:
Lumavate offers its own Content Management System (CMS) that provides users with the ability to easily upload and update Documents, Images, Text, Forms, etc. and use this content in digital experiences built using Lumavate. Lumavate also provides customers with the ability to integrate their existing CMS into the Lumavate Platform and use this content in digital experiences. Any updates made to the content in Lumavate’s CMS or an integrated CMS is automatically in the applicable digital experiences.
Lumavate offers more than 40 integrations. A complete list of Lumavate’s integrations is available here.
Yes! Lumavate currently supports 12 languages. Lumavate users can easily add their translated content in each applicable digital experience.
Currently, Lumavate does offer text messaging functionality on select subscription plans. Lumavate plans to offer push notification functionality once it’s fully supported by iOS for web apps. Lumavate anticipates iOS will support this functionality in the first half of 2023.
Lumavate has a biweekly product release schedule. These product releases occur on Thursdays and customers receive an email highlighting the new product functionality. Lumavate also provides detailed Release Notes for every release.
Lumavate’s pricing model is primarily based on the number of monthly unique visitors to your digital experiences, number of Studios required, and functionality required. Full details on Lumavate’s pricing is available here.