Uniform and Algolia Partner Up
With at least four new DXP-related partnerships announced this week, it's safe to say that partnership is in the air.
First up, digital experience composition platform Uniform and search and discovery platform Algolia have partnered to customize search experiences and automate content suggestions for digital experiences.
“This partnership makes it simple for our digital experience composition (DXC) platform to connect Algolia to websites or digital experiences so that brands can quickly and automatically deliver relevant results to shoppers. Not only that, these are new and efficient ways for both developers and business users to work with a modern digital-experience stack,” said Darren Guarnaccia, president of Uniform.
Next up, Vercel and Sitecore have entered into a strategic partnership to transform the web’s direct-to-consumer landscape. CI&T and Crownpeak have joined forces to build retail experience management accelerators. Finally, SheerID and commercetools partner to allow merchants to verify eligible consumers for exclusive offers.
Elsewhere, Solodev launches a new serverless CMS, and IT Ecology explains how we can fix eCommerce.
“The future of retail is composable, and Uniform makes that happen.”
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Stories that caught our eye
- Mindvalley Launches on Storyblok: The edtech startup is the latest company to realize the benefits of adopting a headless CMS.
- Aplyca Opens Its Chicago Office: The professional services and consulting firm implements solutions such as Contentful and Vercel for customers.
- The First Headless Audience Verification Service: The partnership between commercetools and SheerID will open new possibilities for merchants.
- A Magical Product Experience: That’s what ThreeKit hopes to provide with its headless visual commerce platform.
- Fixing eCommerce: Why is e-commerce broken? Headless could be one of the solutions.
The word on the street...
- [Reddit]: Headless CMS for a Rails App: This Redditor is looking for recommendations to get started.
- [Reddit]: Should you use a headless CMS? A checklist: The debate continues and this checklist offers a few use cases.
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