The world is going composable. Find out why.
Composable is the answer.
Legacy tech stacks are holding
Lack of agility in market
Inability to reach new markets
Poor return on investment
A composable digital experience
stack is the answer
Launch experiences faster
Reach more customers globally
Realize greater value
The shift is on to composable
Application leaders cannot meet market needs or business objectives with monolithic digital experience platforms and must update tech stacks, decompose monoliths and deliver task-oriented capabilities. To future-proof the stack, a composable DXP must be used to deliver composable user experiences.*
*Adopt a Composable DXP Strategy to Future-Proof Your Tech Stack, Refreshed 29 June 2022: Irina Guseva, Yefim Natis, Mike Lowndes, Gene Phifer, John Field.
a new way forward
A composable DXP describes when a DXP is assembled from a series of best-of-breed solutions.
These solutions work together via APIs to deliver content and digital experiences to customers in a more agile and flexible way than a single, integrated and monolithic platform.
It brings more of a microservices approach to the DXP space.
What is a headless CMS?
A headless content management system (CMS) is a back end-only web CMS that acts primarily as a content repository. A headless CMS makes content accessible via an API for display on any device, without a built-in front end or presentation layer
What is a DXP?
A digital experience platform (DXP) is an integrated set of core technologies that support the composition, management, delivery and optimization of contextualized digital experiences
Why composable architecture is the future of digital experiences
What is a Composable DXP
Find out how to offer your customers the ultimate personalized omnichannel content experience by implementing a composable DXP.
Composable vs. monolithic: Which is right for you?
Forrester: Understanding the architecture of your DXP
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We transformed our 100-year-old business in just 22 weeks.
You can, too.
Bob Howland, CEO
Where are you on your composable journey?
What is a composable architecture?
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Why go composable?
Don’t be held back by your tech stack. Get the flexibility you need to create the digital experiences you want, in more places, with greater ease
Composable vs. monolithic
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Top 4 benefits of composable?
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Podcast: Architecting MACH-Based Personalization (Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native & Headless)
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