Less downtime, customized shopping and checkout experiences, and faster times to market. These are the factors driving a potentially pivotal year for the headless commerce trend.
“In 2023, we’ll see more retailers adopt technology that powers checkout on any digital and physical channel to meet shoppers where they are most engaged,” said Jay Myers, cofounder of Bold Commerce. “As part of this, we’ll see retailers moving to take a headless approach to commerce, to offer shopping experiences beyond the limitations of their traditional eCommerce platforms.”
In other news, the CMS Kickoff Conference is on the horizon.
“The data collected and connected in a headless commerce system is what drives rich customer experiences,” said Rob Daynes, VP strategy for experience marketing cloud company Cloudinary. “It enables marketers to access deep customer insights with less effort and create immersive customer experiences that foster conversions and sales.”
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Fireside with DXP Report: Talking Headless Commerce with Loan Laux.
Stories that caught our eye
- [New Player Alert] Aesir: A Web2 and Web3 open source CMS. We’ll be keeping close tabs on this one.
- Headless Templates: This project looks brilliant. We’re looking forward to its launch.
- Links and Symbols Everywhere: “Content management systems have evolved to allow us to organize information so elegantly but they still fail when it comes to simplification of data.”
- Open Source Rust Headless CMS: You know, in case you wanted one of these.
- Venturebeat Explains Headless Commerce: “Does everyone need headless?”
The word on the street...
- [Reddit]: Help choosing a front-end framework: Reddit’s helpful dev community chimes in.
- [LinkedIn] AEM as a headless CMS?: A peek into the perspective from within the AEM community.
- [Reddit]: Modern isn’t always better: A disgruntled web developer complains that modern web development isn’t necessarily better.
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