A composable technology stack comes with new development methods, languages, and different mindsets on how to approach companies and agencies that now have more opportunities than ever before. However, constructing a team's requirements and business objectives beforehand is just as important.
In this episode, our host, Jon Price talks with Sitecore Architect and multi-year MVP James Gregory and Americaneagle.com's Senior Project Manager Maggie Burke about how to prepare for a composable project. They also discuss ways to build the right team around that project for when development happens.
The focus lately by analysts, software companies, and current and prospective customers has been very technology focused. However, equally or more important is the business focus on how to actually construct a team that works around a composable ecosystem for implementing and maintaining the platform.
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