Making it Work
“Global e-commerce isn’t a choice—it’s a necessity.”
The global e-commerce market is predicted to reach $5.55 trillion in 2022.
Meanwhile, consumer habits are changing, software development practices have evolved, and microservices are enabling greater agility—prompting many retailers to rethink their e-commerce strategies.
“If it’s not fast, it’s broken.”
The monolithic systems of the past are no longer fit for purpose.
Complex legacy architecture challenges surrounding speed, customer experience and agility are driving a growing number of retailers towards open source software to build fast, reusable and extensible e-commerce platforms, enabling them to compete in the digital world.
Open source isn’t a silver bullet, either.
While open source software presents significant opportunities for businesses, it isn’t a silver bullet either.
This approach to software development requires organisations to effectively prioritise and also compromise to succeed.
Making open source work for your business
Download our free e-book to discover:
- The key components of a highly performant e-commerce platform
- Why open source software makes business sense
- How to make open source work for you