Composable Commerce and NovaDB: The Future of E-Commerce
In modern e-commerce, flexibility is crucial. Composable Commerce and NovaDB offer just that - they allow companies to customise their online commerce platforms.
What is Composable Commerce?
Composable Commerce is an approach to e-commerce that allows businesses to customise their commerce platforms in a modular way. Instead of using a standardised "one-size-fits-all" solution, Composable Commerce allows companies to select specific software components and services and connect them via APIs (interfaces).
Each of these software components or services fulfils a specific function, be it in the area of the online shop, the enterprise resource planning system (ERP), the product information management (PIM), the content management system (CMS) or the point-of-sale system (POS).
The advantage of this approach lies in its flexibility: companies can select the tools and services that best suit their needs and quickly replace or expand them as required. This enables greater adaptability to specific business requirements and market changes.
What does NovaDB bring to the table?
NovaDB serves as the central platform for your Composable Commerce strategy. It bundles and orchestrates the content from different systems. From this central platform, the data can be further processed and refined. This enables automated and lightning-fast distribution of your product data to various output channels such as online shops, e-procurement systems and online catalogues.
Why are Composable Commerce and NovaDB important?
Composable Commerce and NovaDB complement each other in a way that offers businesses unprecedented flexibility and efficiency in e-commerce. While Composable Commerce enables the modular integration of different services and tools, NovaDB acts as a central platform that bundles and manages these different elements.
By combining the two, companies can not only select the best solutions for their specific needs, but also manage them efficiently and distribute them to different output channels in an automated way. This leads to greater adaptability to market changes and improved overall performance.