Stop settling for stagnant business models. Success starts with modern technology and enabling new ways to think about and do business.
As sales through digital touchpoints are increasing, new business models are introduced and more buying happens outside of the traditional website, such as on mobile, social, or IoT channels. Traditional E-commerce platforms are simply not nimble enough to adapt to these new touchpoints in a reasonable time.
Increasing competition and rising customer expectations mean companies need to be fast and flexible. Organizations that rely on E-commerce as a core part of their existing and future business model need to adapt to keep a competitive edge – as such, many are transitioning to a modern commerce platform for digital business.
In this 3-part webinar series, we delve into what you should focus on along the journey to get there.
You will learn:
- Why and how you adapt to meet your customer's future expectations
- About the business opportunities with Composable Commerce. How to use it to be relevant, agile, and ready for the future.
- How to make a compelling case on why Composable Commerce is a smart move
- Why MACH (Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native, and Headless) is the cornerstone for a flexible, truly open, and future-proof architecture.
Webinar Part 1
Future-proof your commerce with a
Modern Commerce Architecture - WATCH ON-DEMAND
Webinar Part 2
The Journey to Composable Commerce- WATCH ON-DEMAND
Webinar Part 3
Fast and flexible is the future of commerce - WATCH ON-DEMAND
In previous webinars in this series we have learned about how to start the journey towards a composable architecture, but what about the pre-requisites to do this. Can this be done regardless of the platform you are currently operating in?
In the third webinar, we have shared experiences on what to think before commencing your journey to meet the continuously changing customer behavior in all touch points. Our guest is an expert in the domain of how platforms should meet the business needs to create value, and he is also CPO at our partner Litium.