Migration – Offering Personalised Experiences

Migration – Offering Personalised Experiences

By Andrew Hackett      When migrating to a composable platform, organisations are provided with a tremendous opportunity to offer truly personalised experiences to their customers, but only if they are capable of utilising carefully handled data and cross-company...
Migration – Don’t Forget the Data!

Migration – Don’t Forget the Data!

By Nigel Hunter      Migrating your product, category and customer data may be the most overlooked aspect when replatforming your ecommerce system landscape. If you’re replatforming from a monolithic to a composable landscape, it’s essential that you prioritise your...
An Omnichannel Approach

An Omnichannel Approach

By Andrew Hackett      Most consumers no longer act within or even think about traditional channel boundaries, they’re also increasingly likely to evaluate brand and retailer based on the seamlessness of their experience. This is because their expectations are being...
Migrating to Meet your Consumers

Migrating to Meet your Consumers

By Nigel Hunter The modern consumer is everywhere, online, offline, in-store and out of store, can you meet those consumers no matter where they are? And more importantly do you have the ability to reach those consumers if they go somewhere else? Being able to quickly...
Why Migrate from Monolithic to Composable?

Why Migrate from Monolithic to Composable?

By Andrew Hackett ,   So, why would you want to migrate your ecommerce site? Generally speaking, there are two basic drivers behind why anyone migrates, firstly the revenue you can drive from migrating, and secondly the business efficiencies you can gain from...
Is it Time for a Change?

Is it Time for a Change?

Is it Time for a Change? Digital transformation, Replatforming, Migration. How can these help you? All of the above can give you flexibility, scalability, faster time to market, improved CX, better optimisation and more. However these all tie back into two things;...
Benefits of an MVP Approach to OMS

Benefits of an MVP Approach to OMS

By Andrew Hackett What is MVP?     A minimum viable product (MVP) is a version of a product with the minimum required number of features to be usable by early customers who can then provide feedback for future product development. It allows you to arrive at a workable...
Post MVP Enhancements

Post MVP Enhancements

By Jane Seaton If you’ve built your MVP (minimum viable product) for OMS (order management system) or at the very least, know what it will look like for you, then it’s likely you’ll want to continue improving on your post purchase experience and capabilities once...
Adapting for Long Term Success

Adapting for Long Term Success

    Listen to our CEO Shine Mathew share his expertise in tailoring online infrastructure for both short and long-term success. Join us as we discuss: – Finding advantages through flexibility – Bettering customer experience – Understanding fulfilment...
What is MVP in OMS?

What is MVP in OMS?

By Shine Mathew If you’re planning to implement an Order Management System (OMS) then your Minimum Viable Product (MVP) can be entirely different based on your scenario and starting point. Building on our previous piece on which comes first, eCom or OMS, here we...