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What is Composable Commerce?

And how can it help your brand exceed customer expectations and business goals? This video outlines the basics of how a composable commerce architecture differs from a monolith and explains the advantages of a headless, microservices-based platform. Watch and learn.

Featured Articles

Headless vs Composable: The Origins of Modern Commerce

Understanding the differences between “headless” and “composable” is essential for any modern retail brand looking to stay ahead of the curve.

Getting Started With Composable Commerce

The move to composable commerce is necessary for brands to stay competitive, but it requires a commitment to change and to transforming your business.

The Building Blocks of Composable Commerce

There are three building blocks of composable commerce necessary for a retail brand to scale: headless commerce, retail data platform engineering, and customer data activation.

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Build the knowledge you need to transition your brand to composable commerce. Pick and choose the masterclasses that are most relevant to you, or register for them all and gain deep expertise on modern commerce platforms. Whether you’re a business leader, technical practitioner, or ops manager, you’ll learn what’s involved in building, maintaining, and getting the most out of a curated headless commerce suite.

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Vercel’s Next.js Conf featured a new product release and focused on the developer experience, stability, and performance.

Composable commerce first emerged as an enterprise-level replatforming option, but as the space matures, medium and small businesses are finding they're able to reap the benefits of a microservices-based approach for their needs, too.

Learn how composable commerce tech stacks lower the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for businesses, making them a flexible solution for growth and overall costs.

Contentful announces its latest updates, driven by generative AI, for greater ease and efficiency in creating and scaling content.

Katia Berlin from the APP Group discusses how her company successfully adopted composable commerce solutions.

The MACH Alliance has announced MACH THREE, its flagship conference, will take place in June 2024 in New York City.

Try It Yourself

Spin it up, extend it, make it your own. Our Composable UI accelerator lets you easily create dynamic storefronts with an open source foundational React and Next.js design system and UI library for modern composable commerce websites.

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Lead Sponsor


North America’s leading composable commerce consultancy and systems integrator, Orium works with best-in-class technology partners as a member of the MACH Alliance. With over a decade of experience in creating custom digital programs, Orium is setting strong composable commerce foundations today to support how brands serve their customers across channels now and in the future.

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Gold Sponsor


With a portfolio of composable commerce services that allow brands to tailor commerce to the needs of their business, commercetools is enabling profitable, sustainable brand building at an infinite scale. Powerful, highly customized customer interactions built on MACH technologies, commercetools empowers businesses to embrace innovation and thrive while customizing its commerce architecture to fit evolving business and customer needs.

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Silver Sponsor

Elastic Path

Providing brands and retailers with the ultimate level of control, speed, and confidence needed to deliver commerce their way, Elastic Path delivers sophisticated consumer experiences with complex business logic seamlessly across any digital channel. It’s composable commerce for brands with the multi- factor.

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In 2020...digital efforts resulted in a 300% increase in e-commerce sales over 2019, a trend that has continued in 2021.

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Trinh Tham

CMO, Harry Rosen, Company