Lessons for Tomorrow Podcast: Composable Commerce 101 with Deity

Composable commerce is a modern ecommerce approach which selects best-of-breed commerce solutions and combines them into one custom platform so that it’s adapted to specific business needs. In this episode, our host, Tim Ahlenius, spoke with Sanne Bolkenstein, Director of Sales at Deity, to dive into the approach.

They discuss how it differs from a monolithic approach, how to know if you’re outgrowing your monolith, fake vs. true composable commerce, and so much more.

Deity is an ecommerce architecture that enables you to go beyond customer expectations and facilitate growth aspirations. Through their composable commerce architecture, users are able to realize a fast, headless PWA frontend. Deity optimizes customer experience without adding complexity.

Start listening on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also watch the episode taped in the Americaneagle.com Studios on YouTube.

 

 

 

 

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Bryan Winger Podcast Producer at Americaneagle.com
Bryan Winger is a Podcast Producer with Americaneagle.com. He began his career in broadcasting back in Minnesota, producing for several radio stations and syndicated shows throughout the Twin Cities. He has over 5 years of experience in the broadcasting industry, before joining the team at Americaneagle.com. He enjoys playing golf and hockey, watching football on Sundays, and producing music for fun.


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