Unily launches user experience engine Hendrix

Unily Hendrix

Digital workplace platform Unily has announced a new User Experience (UX) engine named Hendrix.

The tool offers increased flexibility to develop unique digital experiences for employees, advancing organisational collaboration and communication as business demands continue to increase.

The Hendrix UX engine is made up of several components that allow for digital experiences to be built without the need to go through design, build, test and deploy. Unily users won’t be required to do any heavy lifting, deep customisations or platform updates.

“Organisations are investing in digital transformation to enable greater collaboration, communication and innovation,” says Sam Hassani, CTO, Unily. “Their goal is to become more productive to keep ahead of the global changes and customer demands that impact their business. With the Hendrix UX engine, which represents one of our most significant updates Unily has invested in over the last several years, we’re helping our clients deliver greater productivity for their organisations by offering the flexibility to design pages more easily, incorporate or build their own widgets and customize the experience for their employees with little need for outside development expertise.”

Many global organizations are already benefiting from Unily’s Hendrix, including Major League Soccer.

“As the needs of our business have evolved, so have the demands of our employees and part of that evolution involves being able to create new, unique experiences that drive engagement,” said Sergio Zanazzi, Senior Director, Enterprise Solutions, Major League Soccer. “In our experience, no other platform has the level of unique flexibility that Unily does with the new Hendrix UX engine. It is dynamic and provides us with the speed we need to be more effective in enabling greater collaboration and communications among our League and Club Staff.”

To learn more about Hendrix visit Unily’s announcement on the blog. You can join Unily for our Hendrix webinar on Thursday, April 26 at 11 a.m. ET.