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Digital Darwinism is unkind to those who wait too long to replace technology. 50% of companies on Fortune 500 in 2000 are no longer on it.

Is your website like my 2004 Acura TL with 185,000 miles on it? Back in the day, my Acura (named ‘Baby Rocket”) was quite something. I loved that car. Recently I found myself justifying reasons to keep Baby Rocket when it was clearly time to replace her.


Search is the lynchpin for a commerce modern website. A customer will not buy a product if they can not find it on the website. The major change users experience from a search page 10 years ago vs today is the search suggestions. Search suggestions allow you the ability to recommend the best search and direct the user to the correct page. The following recommendations allow you to create search suggestions that will be fast, relevant and provide the correct results with analytics.


Our team at XCentium has been hard at work putting together great content to share with you, which is comprised of our tireless efforts this past year – including connecting Alexa to Sitecore Commerce and developing 11 new plugins for Sitecore’s Commerce Engine. Sincere there are over 80 sessions in this year’s Symposium, I thought it would be helpful to share a list of ways you can connect with our team.  


We have all seen the title “Sitecore Platinum Partner” and may have a vague understanding of what this title really means. However, with Sitecore Symposium on the horizon, I felt it was time to dig into what sets this elite group of firms apart from the rest.  In my research, I found six key characteristics that this group, of fewer than 20 firms globally, has in common.


Do you want to customize your commerce tab views in experience profile? Here is a good start on how to store custom commerce properties data in mongo and render it in the Sitecore Experience Profile Commerce Sub Tabs for Order details 

There are instances when we use the properties bag in the Sitecore Commerce Connect entities (or Commerce Server Connect entities) to facilitate data exchange. One example of populating the properties with custom data is 'Unit Of Measure' in the sitecore commerce CartLine entity. Whenever an order is submitted, the outcome is captured in xDB and we can navigate to the experience profile to see the order details and summary. When you click on the "Orders" sub tab, it gives a list of all orders and then you can click an order and view details. In this blog, let's have fund and see how to add more columns to the 'Lines' section.


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