12 Results for Category Sitecore Experience Commerce 9
With its focus on celebrating success and creativity in our quickly growing industry, I am always inspired by Symposium. It is a wonderful opportunity to both learn from others and to share our XCentium team’s innovations with the Sitecore Community. This year, Sitecore Symposium promises to be full of talented, industry leading speakers – both in keynote speeches and throughout the breakout sessions. I’m specifically looking forward to these five sessions in the ‘Marketing Strategy, Innovation, and Best Practices’ track:
In reviewing the Sitecore Symposium agenda, I noticed Sitecore Commerce sessions sprinkled throughout several of the tracks. Instead of reviewing the eCommerce Experience track as originally planned, several Commerce sessions in the other tracks also stood out to me. Since one of our goals at Symposium is to increase our knowledge to create better solutions for our clients, I decided to share the five overall eCommerce sessions I am most looking forward to attending:
With more than 40 Develop and IT Sessions in the Developer / IT track at this year’s Sitecore Symposium, it was a challenge to choose which five sessions we are most looking forward to enjoying. A huge kudos to Sitecore, and everyone who submitted sessions, for creating a wide range of relevant content. There is literally content for each level of developer, whether just starting out in the field or already a seasoned developer. Olga Kogan, Sitecore MVP at XCentium, shares five sessions that made her list based on current trends we are seeing with our customers:
You may have heard of the new Entity Composer released in Sitecore Experience Commerce 9.0.2, which allows for a much easier and user friendly way to extend and modify commerce entities. In this short tutorial I will cover how, as a Sitecore Developer, you can leverage this functionality in custom code to more quickly and effectively modify standard out of the box entities in Sitecore Experience Commerce 9.0.2.
Nowadays eCommerce has become a mandatory tool to make any business fully successful. Based on the market analysis, business owners feel that an eCommerce is a huge investment as they fail to get a clear roadmap, or vision, of how it will benefit their company. In a nutshell, every business is looking for an eCommerce solution, but they don’t feel confident to invest until they have a clear understanding on the below six factors: