How Pega Customer Decision Hub integrates with your systems
Before you start your implementation, it is helpful to understand how Pega Customer Decision Hub integrates with your data sources and engagement channels, and how the application is structured to support daily operations and change management.
Pega Customer Decision Hub supports multiple connections to data sources and provisioning systems to obtain information about your customers and products, and other data that you use to run your business. The application also integrates with various inbound, outbound, and paid channels to help you engage with customers through marketing campaigns, sales, and support services.
How to use this guide
This implementation guide presents tasks in the sequence in which they are commonly performed. However, the sequence varies based on business priorities. Follow the procedures in this guide to complete the tasks for the first minimum lovable product (MLP) release. Also, use this guide during iterative releases as you configure and extend more features on top of the MLP release.
A project team that implements a Pega Customer Decision Hub application can use this implementation guide to enable and extend the application features to meet your business requirements. The procedures in this guide are intended for system architects who are familiar with Pega Platform and aware of your organization's data model.
To prepare for your Pega Customer Decision Hub implementation, review the following information:
For information about the basic functionality of Pega Customer Decision Hub, Pega Platform, and business change management, see the following courses:
- Pega Customer Decision Hub Foundation
- Low-Code App Builder
- Business Agility in 1:1 Customer Engagement
For information about the supported browsers, see Pega Platform Support Guide Resources.
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