With a constant growth of new channels that merchants needs to be present in to continue to reach new audiences (and nurture existing ones) the requirements on the technology needed to support this has increased.
The last years we also see that Composable has gained a lot of traction and it has been a way to access the most modern and flexible technology, but has come with some challenges in terms of increased complexity. The next wave of Composable systems reduces this complexity and this setup is already adopted by companies such as Axel Arigato, SP Tech and Nelly.
In this webinar we will help you learn how to prepare your organization with the right technology stack to constantly adapt to changing market conditions and expand with new channels without it costing a fortune or taking forever.
What you will learn:
- Emerging market trends (and what they mean)
- Practical challenges with the first wave of Composable and how to mitigate these risks to reap more benefits
- How your Composable stack should look like in order to expand with new channels fast and cost-effective
Who should attend?
This webinar is relevant for Technology and Digital officers that wants to gain deeper understanding of how to approach the composable trend in a pragmatic and cost-effective manner. It is also highly relevant for agency leaders that wants to learn how to support customers in a better way and develop solutions that enhances their long-term commitment with clients.
John Osvald is Chief Product Officer at Brink Commerce, a composable commerce engine. He has over 10 years of experience working with developing modern technology solutions at progressive tech companies, such as Klarna.
Jimmy Ekbäck is CTO and Co-founder of Occtoo, an Experience Data Platform. Jimmy has over 20 years of experience working with supporting companies succeed with their digital ambitions.
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Date: 29th of February
Time: 2.00 - 2.30 PM CET