As online customers, we have all had unrewarding customer journeys. On the way to the ultimate customer experience, we found ourselves confronted with obstacles, most of which had the consequence that we discontinued our journey – that is, our shopping.
In this second blog of our ongoing series, we take a look at the “walking legs” of our B2X Commerce Cloud, the Magento E-Commerce solution.
“These Legs are made for walking, thus for creating revenue!” Without the right platform, there is no satisfying customer journey and no successful E-Commerce offering. Magento, part of the Adobe Experience Cloud, forms the shop foundation of B2X and thus drives the sales of our commerce solutions.
Magento‘s great strength lies in experience-driven commerce, with which we create a positive user experience with every journey; for this, a multitude of functions must be taken into account.
The customer journey within the B2X commerce cloud is lean and efficient, even when a large number of companies, individuals and use cases are involved and managed within one solution (Fig. 1):
Each E-Commerce journey, whether B2C or B2B, follows a path along specific features, including:
Broken down to B2B, this means that although most E-Commerce solutions have a similar offering on the functional level, they differ significantly in handling, costs and benefits on the corporate side. For companies, issues such as business costs, short time-to-market, sustainable revenue streams as well as the transformation of the customer journey are important in order to ultimately maintain the competitive edge.
AOE press releases
Distributed architectures for web applications (µService architectures) are in demand. However, without preventive measures, such systems are often more susceptible to (D)DoS attacks or overloads than monolithic dinosaurs. But why is this so? The following example quickly makes this clear.
AOE press releases
Many medium-sized retailers believe that cybercrime does not affect them because they are too small or too uninteresting. Yet the e-commerce industry is particularly attractive to criminals. IT security can thus quickly become a business issue that web platform operators in particular should have at the top of their agenda (article in German).