Composable commerce

Future-proof your digital commerce experience with Composable Commerce

Composable Commerce is a term being used and highlighted by, among others, Gartner Group. In this blog post, Niclas Heurlin, Head of expansion på Norce, elaborates on the ideas behind our commerce platform, which is built according to this development strategy.

We are never alone in an e-commerce solution. Our aim is always to provide an elastic structure that is flexible and scalable and be open for future needs in a commerce solution. That’s why our entire development strategy is based on an open architecture. Digital commerce platforms are becoming increasingly modularized in a cloud-based world. Therefore, e-commerce managers need to have a composable commerce strategy to future-proof digital commerce experiences.

Composable enables your digital strategy

Composable Commerce is about selecting and composing the various parts of an e-commerce solution with best-of-breed components that solve the exact business requirements in an open architecture. In this way, you get an elastic structure that is flexible and scalable while being tailored.

Composable Commerce takes advantage of MACH and Jamstack architectures to quickly adapt to changes in the market dynamics today and tomorrow. It’s all about packaging business functions in a seamless manner.

The strength lies in being able to freely choose and combine different functions and bundle it in a way that is tailored to the unique business requirements. Since each component is like its own piece of Lego, you can scale the solution step by step in a time- and cost-effective manner.

Stay relevant with Composable Commerce

Another advantage is that you are free to add or remove functions in the solution and shape it according to changing demands. And it’s not limited to functions, you can expand capacity and performance too.

The customer experience becomes better and faster by simply using and developing the exact functions you need, thereby enabling the entire solution to work better as a whole. Since the solution consists of well-defined services, changes can be deployed faster and more securely. And in addition, it will be easier for the development teams to collaborate.

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