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    Composable Commerce

    Revolutionizing Commerce: How emerging tech will shape the future of e-commerce

    Composable Commerce is the future of e-commerce

    Solteq has invited some of the best, most enlightened vendors to talk about Composable Commerce, and why it should be top of mind in organizations just now.

    During this 20-minute panel discussion, Solteq moderator and Head of Production Asger Jensen, tunes in to partners commercetools, Contenful, Klevu, SVEA and Voyado, getting to know their take on Composable Commerce.

    The panel jumps right into these 5 questions:

    • Why should I care about Composable Commerce?
    • Who are good candidates for adopting Composable Commerce?
    • Can you share a story of somebody who went through this transformation?
    • What obstacles and pitfalls should you be aware of when going Composable – and where to begin?
    • What are the benefits of going Composable?

    You will spend no time listening to long intros, indifferent talk or watch over-crowded PowerPoint slides. It’s heads-on and concrete!

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    About Composable Commerce

    Composable commerce is an eCommerce concept that involves building and customizing the online shopping experience by combining individual, specialized components, or services. It's like putting together building blocks to create a unique and tailored online store.

    In simpler terms, think of composable commerce as assembling your own custom shopping website by selecting and integrating different features or tools rather than using a one-size-fits-all solution. These components could include things like payment processing systems, product catalogs, customer relationship management tools, and more. This approach allows businesses to adapt and scale their online presence more flexibly by choosing the specific features that meet their needs. It's like building a website with Lego bricks, where each piece serves a specific function and can be combined in various ways to create a personalized and efficient online shopping experience.