When left unchecked, technology often has a tendency for the (technology) tail to wag the dog. Yet technology changes should be introduced according to business needs, not technology trends, and they should be a means to deliver business growth. Not so with Composable Commerce, because it provides business agility, with the power to provide a unified, personalised customer experience, cost savings and ultimately digital success.
Providing a checklist of key principles to help you on your journey, the reports presents the six reasons why your business should accelerate a composable commerce strategy, with reference to the following factors:
The need to innovate faster, to integrate rapidly into new systems, and deploy quality code at a high frequency all demand new approaches to architecture. We share the key components of a future-proofed eCommerce strategy, and look at how to build them into your systems today.
Headless, Microservices, API-first and Cloud-native are recognised as the modern approach to platform architecture and commerce. We looked into the understanding, take-up and issues associated with these technologies - and consider the approaches to overcome these challenges.
This B2B case study on Bosch Power Tools shows how they leveraged headless technology to accelerate their B2B eCommerce, in-so-doing transforming their organisation and resolving disconnected experiences and other barriers to transformation.