December 20, 2022
Every day, future-thinking businesses are looking to level up their integrations by adding compositions of only the most relevant parts of software solutions and apps instead of integrating entire software solutions. This new kind of advanced integration is termed “Composable Commerce,” and it has caused quite a stir in the world of digital commerce.
According to Elastic Path’s 2021 “State of Composable Commerce report,” 95% of e-commerce practitioners surveyed believe Composable Commerce is “the way of the future” for businesses, and 72% believe this approach “is beneficial to both technology and business teams.”
As such, more and more businesses are investing in Composable Commerce. Want to know if your business can benefit from a composable approach? Keep on reading to find out!
Composable Commerce is a way for businesses to create more meaningful, intuitive, and convenient product experiences for their customers through a careful selection of best-of-breed technologies.
The benefits of Composable Commerce are:
Now, you may be thinking: “these all sound great, but… How do I start the process of “going composable"? Well…
Here’s how Alumio can help: with our integration platform, businesses can progressively switch towards a composable architecture based on their current business needs without having to re-platform their entire existing IT landscape. As such, businesses can part ways with legacy systems or base e-commerce platforms without risking any loss of data integrity when “going composable.”
One of the recurring problems with replacing legacy software or implementing new software is how to create these new connections. This entails a greater challenge when integrations are created via custom code and are connected to several systems or if there is an attempt to connect to large-scale and complex ERP systems, such as SAP ECC or Microsoft Dynamics 365. Needless to say, archaic, intricate connections between bespoke systems obstruct the continuity and standardization of data across the organization.
However, with the Alumio iPaaS, adapting composable stacks is easier than ever. Our iPaaS presents a low-code, user-friendly interface that both developers and non-developers can use to create, manage, and modify integrations. By lowering the complexity of integrations, our integration platform enables businesses to have control and ownership of their integrations and thus reduce their dependency on third-party providers. Additionally, by automatically segregating connected systems into data flows and microservices, the Alumio iPaaS allows businesses to swiftly add new technologies to their domestic digital environment and remove outdated ones. In other words, it provides businesses with unparalleled flexibility to customize their e-commerce stack as desired while guaranteeing the usability and connectivity of all e-commerce data across all systems.
In summary, with Alumio, businesses have access to the following:
✓ Fast and simplified integrations that allow for swift re-platforming
✓ Agile and future-proof integration landscape
✓ Extensive data governance
✓ Customized and enhanced customer experiences
If you’d like to get a first-hand experience of how our next-gen, low-code integration platform can seamlessly integrate software solutions, apps, or data sources for Composable Commerce: GET A FREE DEMO.
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