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  • Implementing an Omnichannel eCommerce Strategy

    74% of customers are willing to abandon a brand whose purchasing process isn’t easy, a crucial part of which is a seamless, omnichannel shopping experience for both B2B and B2C buyers. Access this comprehensive guide to learn how to overcome common barriers to an omnichannel experience and create a CX that generates value.

  • How to Get Started With Headless Commerce?

    Access this resource to learn all about headless commerce, including benefits, challenges to avoid, steps to get started, and more.

  • Replatforming Tips To Embrace Composable Commerce

    Composable commerce is a modern approach to eCommerce, that involves teams selecting and assembling various “best of breed” commerce solutions and composing them to satisfy exact business requirements. Watch this webinar to learn why brands are adopting composable commerce, and get tips for successfully replatforming.

  • Choose the RIGHT eCommerce Solution For Your Business

    With all of the available options, choosing an eCommerce platform can be hard. Review the 7 considerations outlined in this blog post to help ensure you choose a platform that best fits your needs.

  • The State of Composable Commerce Report 2021

    Download your copy of the State of Composable Commerce Report™ 2021 here to learn how your peers are utilizing composable commerce to stay ahead—and how you can too.

  • Your Guide to Replatforming Your Commerce Solution

    If your B2B or B2C/DTC business is committed to digital differentiation yet you feel frustrated by your current platform, it’s worth considering a replatforming project. Use this guide to understand if your business is ready for eCommerce replatforming.

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