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We have all been very excited about a major transition from Sitecore 8x architecture to Sitecore 9 - xConnect, Dynamic Placeholders, back to the roots movement from Mongo to SQL and various other features. I was particularly interested to dissect and understand the new architecture of Sitecore 9. Sitecore community is abuzz with conversations around microservices, numerous logical system roles or entities. And there’s about 50 of them! And they can be scaled and configured in a wide variety of topologies to form a tailored Sitecore solution for specific business requirements. What about which topology/product uses which combination of roles? Do they overlap?


In early 2019, our team met to consider which new Sitecore Experience Commerce innovations would be both technically feasible and valuable to companies. I am honored to share our recent contributions that have been spearheaded by several ecommerce visionaries on our XCentium team including Amrit Raj (Founder and Partner), Kautilya Prasad (Director), Balaji Thirumeninathan (Senior Project Manager) and Srikanth Kondapally (Architect).


Having worked with clients on Sitecore projects for several years, I appreciate Sitecore’s commitment to continually elevating and extending their platform. Their desire to be continually the market leader as a Digital Experience Platform (DXP) and in the Web Content Management System (WCM) space pays dividends for martech teams using their platform. In Sitecore’s most recent release of Sitecore 9.2, there is a lot for customers and implementation partners alike to be excited about, including the announcement of the Sitecore Content Management Platform (CMP). In this article, I will unpack several of the highlights of Sitecore’s release and how I see them being beneficial for customers.


Since Sitecore reporting tools are created as a foundation that is well-suited for extension and for all types of organizations, anything that is particularly custom or elaborate will require another method of reporting by either extending what is already in the Marketing Control Panel or by feeding the data to a data visualization tool. What do you do when you have a specific and detailed reporting need? How do you decide whether to make the investment to build a custom report in Sitecore? My blog showcases a recent business case where we answered these questions.


Calling out the ‘why’ instead of the ‘what’ can be a refreshing way to look at potential partnerships. I originally sent this as an email to a company I wanted to talk with. I hope you find this as helpful as they did.


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