Benefits of a composable approach
With a composable catalog, you can seamlessly incorporate commission-based and dropship products with your first party products, creating a flexible catalog that adapts to your customers’ needs and preferences.
Dynamic expansionYou can dynamically add products, suppliers and inventory that align with your brand promise and accelerate customer expectations, allowing you to stay ahead of the competition and keep your customers satisfied.
By identifying sellers and distributors to tap into latent demand in your loyal customer base, you can attract new audiences with an expanded offering, driving traffic and increasing revenue.
GrowthExpanding your product range and capturing incremental revenue using your existing websites and audiences to power strategic expansion can help you to achieve profitable growth, driving success and profitability.
Proven successWith a composable catalog, you can benefit from a proven track record of marketplace success and ongoing investment in your success, ensuring that you have the resources and support you need to achieve your goals.
ExperienceYou can rely on our extensive experience operating and delivering successful marketplaces, as well as our onboarding teams and network of implementation partners to take the friction out of launch, adoption, and perpetual growth.
Quick ROIWith reduced risk, you can get a quick return on investment while supporting enterprise scale, giving you the resources and support you need to succeed.
Seamless integrationWith modern integration methods such as GraphQL APIs, Webhooks, and reference integrations with major commerce platforms, you can seamlessly integrate marketplace approaches into your existing systems and processes, ensuring a smooth and streamlined experience for your customers.
How to build a composable catalog
What you think about Marketplaces is probably wrong. Or at least only partially right. Most people when they think of Marketplaces immediately think of sites like Amazon, Etsy, and eBay.
Composable commerce has been in-market for a few years now, mostly due to a publication by Gartner in 2020 referring to a modular digital commerce approach defined as a composable architecture.
The Dropship Dilemma: Why and How Retailers Need to Evolve Dropship Strategies
Established retailers exploring how a marketplace model would best fit into their business strategy have a common question – what’s the difference between dropship and marketplace fulfillment that utilizes third-party sellers, and how can it benefit their business?