Composable Commerce Stimulates Growth in a Recession

Composable Commerce Stimulates Growth in a Recession

Composable commerce is when retail businesses create modular architecture that can be made from interchangeable building blocks so that functionality can be added when it is needed. Retail CIOs can plug in new capabilities using APIs, microservices and other modular elements, or cluster existing services to create a new one.

However, faced with the realities of legacy systems and inflationary pressures, many retail CIOs see the associated risks of high upfront costs, complex IT solutions and failed projects as being too high. So, composable architecture never makes it to the boardroom and businesses cannot implement modern platforms that enable rapid alignment with business goals.

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