Part two in this series involves understanding eventual traffic and becoming well-versed in needed integrations. Preparing for holidays, promotions and other scenarios that will dramatically increase site traffic is important to mitigate or eliminate lost sales. Understanding necessary integrations will allow your organization to closely follow business processes and can provide your customers with a seamless user experience.
Whether you are considering a site refresh, modifying your cart technology or embarking on an omnichannel initiative, you are investing in your organization’s future. These 11 best practices were featured in the FitForCommerce 2019 report, and I’ll cover each of them in a series of blogs on the Adage Ideas page. The first two best practices focus on platform selection and having realistic expectations when choosing features and functionality.
FitForCommerce Report is a complete guide to the systems integrators and digital services partners in the digital commerce landscape. The 2019 report walks through the entire lifecycle of a digital commerce platform project, from selection to post-implementation services and everything in between. Adage is featured in the best practices for implementing an ecommerce platform section of the report. Learn more.
Every year, Adage is privileged to work with organizations from a variety of industries whose customers, members and site visitors have unique needs and expectations. We’re excited to share with you some of our most interesting web strategy, design, development and ecommerce site launches from 2018.
In the association space, the Episerver Digital Experience Cloud can be particularly beneficial, as it has the power to “talk both ways” with commonly used association technology platforms like their AMS (member management software), marketing automation, eLearning, and more.