Why Headless Commerce is Best for eCommerce Stores with Large SKUs
- August 3, 2022
- Posted by: tony
- Categories: E-Commerce Development, Headless Commerce
As buying increasingly moves online, e-commerce stores are getting larger and complex. Some stores have SKUs in the thousands if not hundreds of thousands. What is a good e-commerce platform that can manage a storefront with such a large SKU. How can such a store be flexible and innovative without disrupting the customer experience? Headless commerce holds the answer. Headless commerce is all the rage in e-commerce technology these days, and rightly so.
Headless commerce offers numerous advantages
- It is highly secure, flexible, and customizable. This means it facilitates innovation.
- It allows for the front-end to be decoupled from the backend allowing e-commerce businesses to manage both parts of the store separately and preventing one part of the application from impacting the other, especially during updates.
- Allows the e-commerce website to be built on the framework of choice, from PHP, ReactJS, Angular, and others.
- Allows businesses to build their e-commerce website on the platform of choice, from Shopify, Magento, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, and others.
Integrate with third-party applications with headless commerce
Headless commerce also allows an e-commerce business to scale the backend as it grows and integrates with third-party applications. For instance, businesses can manage a large number of SKUs with Akeneo or Pimcore product information management software.
If the business is going to be shipping products, it can easily integrate its online store with an inventory management module, warehouse management module, and accounting module from Odoo.
As e-commerce is largely based on the cloud, many companies aspiring to transition to headless commerce are wondering which is the best cloud service for them? The answer is any or all of the cloud services providers used for traditional e-commerce, namely Google, AWS, and Microsoft.
Depending on the budget, and how comfortable your implementing agency is with a particular cloud hosting service, your organization can choose any of the top cloud service providers. They all offer a high level of security and support. Service providers like Google even provide tutorials for the implementing agency. Additionally, you can take advantage of Analytics 360, to get insights into your customers’ behaviour, analyze the data generated by your website and make required changes.
Go headless commerce with Navabrind IT Solutions
While headless commerce is the best, getting there will require you to partner with a reliable agency. As an e-commerce development company, Navabrind IT Solutions has helped small and medium-sized e-commerce companies to adopt Magento, Odoo, Shopify, Akeneo PIM, MDM, DAM, and a host of other solutions.
For over a decade, we have helped e-commerce businesses to adopt technology, transition to it along with their data, and maintain their technology ecosystem. We do simple implementations and complex customizations and have clients from the US to Southeast Asia. We have helped B2B and B2C e-commerce companies grow and thrive when powered by the right technology.
Reach Navabrind IT Solutions to schedule a conversation on how your e-commerce business can quadruple sales with headless commerce.
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