Defining Composable Commerce
Composable commerce lets you leverage a number of packaged applications and services to deliver an agile technology stack.
You select best-of-breed applications that can easily be added, replaced or removed as your business changes, with no disruption to the rest of your architecture – giving you ultimate flexibility to deliver personalized and seamless customer experiences in any channel.
Benefits of Composable Commerce
Define your own personalized experiences
Flexibility to construct your backend and processes
Easily deploy out-of-the-box components
Massively increase speed-to-market
No vendor lock in, simply swap components in and out
Agile approach that grows with your business
Future proof technology stack
Evolution of eCommerce
There’s been a shift from monolithic platforms to microservices – though both come with their own benefits and drawbacks. Composable commerce provides the best of both worlds, minimizing the drawbacks by cutting out the ‘sizeism’ of a vendor’s product offering and instead focussing on delivering value through packaged business capabilities.
Packaged Business Capabilities
Packaged business capabilities are components you can pick up and use within your composable architecture. They’re like microservices, but aren’t constrained to a certain size, so can bring micro or macro capabilities, and they aren’t as fragmented or complex to implement, scale and support.
Packaged business capabilities encompass many feature verticals and are easy to consume, integrate and use given their lack of rigidity compared to monolith or complex microservice architectures.
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Gartner’s Composable Commerce Must Be Adopted for the Future of Applications
According to Gartner “by 2023 organizations that have adopted a composable approach will outpace competition by 80% in the speed of new feature implementation.”
Guess what – we agree! A move to composable commerce should be the foundation of your technical decision-making. It’s a move towards packaged business capabilities, a more tailored technology stack and, most importantly, towards digital flexibility.Read the Report >
What is Composable Commerce and Why Does it Matter?
Composable commerce is a relatively new industry term but what does it actually mean and why does it matter? Read this for a more in-depth look at composable commerce.Read the Blog >
We’re a Strong Performer And That’s Official
We’ve been singled out as a Strong Performer in a report by leading global research form Forrester that examined how different vendors stack up when it comes to agile CMS.Get the Report >
Introduction to Composable Commerce
Gartner Senior Director Analyst Mike Lowndes as he delves into composable commerce, explaining the business benefits, whether your business is ready for it
The Future of Composable Commerce
Watch a panel discussion on the future of composable commerce, it’s pitfalls, and whether the likes of Missguided have seen business value from it.