How to Strengthen eCommerce with SAP Hybris and Anypoint Platform

September 20 2017

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The importance of eCommerce is expanding rapidly, especially with Amazon continuing to build its robust platform. Online sales will reach $414 billion by 2018 and mobile commerce now accounts for 21% of total digital sales. Given the growing importance of eCommerce as a channel, it is imperative that eCommerce works seamlessly with a retailer’s traditional channels.

Typical eCommerce Platforms today tightly couple their technology layers, inhibiting any flexibility to drive omnichannel experiences.

The Benefits of Headless eCommerce

August 23 2017

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In today’s age of digital commerce, consumers are more likely to engage with brands that offer unique and consistent experiences irrespective of the consumer’s preferred channel. If you look at a typical buying journey of a consumer (see example below), you would realize that they multiplex in and out of various channels before they buy a particular product.

And, more importantly, if that multiplexed experience is not differentiated and engaging then there is significant churn.

Webinar: What is Headless eCommerce and Why Should You Care?

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The consumer landscape continues to rapidly evolve, but it is clear that a consistent brand experience across all purchasing channels is no longer just expected, it is required. This is not just true for retail, but for industries across the spectrum – from manufacturing and CPG to finance and high-tech.

The importance of a consistent, connected brand experience is demonstrated in MuleSoft’s recent Connected Consumer Report, which found that over half of consumers experience an inconsistent,

How APIs Can Create Delightful Shopping Experiences

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Making inventory and location data available to online and mobile consumers can ensure they can buy what they want, when and where they want.

In the pre-smartphone world, malls were a meeting and hangout place for teenagers. The co-location of teenagers, parents, and stores was a major advantage for traditional retailers looking to drive demand and sales in their customers’ natural social scenes.

However, in today’s post-smartphone world, social scenes have expanded to social networking services like Facebook and Snapchat—contributing largely to the decline of the mall.