The bar has been raised. Brands are now providing seamless commerce experiences by leveraging AI, voice and video technology.
A digital transformation is currently unfolding, and organizations must capitalize on the disruptive trends that are emerging. And in order to do so for many organizations that means replatforming.
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When differentiating is the only competitve edge in today's market, top brands are selecting a best-of-breed architectural approach. And that best-of-breed is a headless API-driven commerce. Here are the four reasons why.
Before setting out on this digital transformation journey, let’s go over the challenges the industry currently faces and what to look for in the search for B2B ecommerce technology partners.
With “headless commerce” becoming a go-to commerce application for innovative brands and service providers, there are a few benefits that are often overlooked.
With increasing expectations for always-on internet and mobile services, many carriers are struggling on the frontend with customer experience. All the interactions — in-store, chatbot, email, phone, text, website, app, messenger service, Facebook — must be unified and personalized. Nearly seven out of 10 carriers believe this will be the single most important factor in customer loyalty.
Experience-driven commerce allows companies to embed commerce in any conceivable current or future customer experience. Best-in-breed commerce means focusing on two critical capabilities for retailers: business agility and customer intimacy.
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A single-stack ecommerce platform could be limiting your company’s customer experience. Free the frontend from the backend with headless commerce.
Get Elastic captured a captivating conversation with John Padgett, Chief Experience & Innovation Officer, Carnival and Sal Visca, Chief Technology Officer, Elastic Path, where they discussed how Carnival is transforming cruise vacationing into seamless interactions to create an experience unlike any other.
Get Elastic caught up with Rachel Mushahwar, VP & GM, US Industry Sales at Intel to discuss the “Corporate Renaissance” as she puts it, that businesses are entering today.
This second installment in the Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) series will explore the browser technologies that make PWAs possible, including what specifies a web application as a PWA.
For brands and retailers, there are a plethora of reasons to try out the pop-up concept. Overall the short-term commitment allows for risk-adverse retailers to start testing new products and if there is a need or want in the market. Pop-ups are temporary, unexpected and allow for great storytelling.