BetterCommerce helps retailers make the best of headless commerce

Amazon ships over 1.6 million packages a day which is 66,000 orders per hour. Ecommerce today can do what a lot of traditional stores cannot. The evolution of eCommerce has been tremendous in the past decade – from online stores to mobile commerce and social commerce.

BetterCommerce has the answer

An easy solution to the sheer volume of order processing, scalability and freedom to plug and play is headless commerce. Traditional commerce tools do allow plug-and-play but medium size enterprises find themselves either stuck in a system that cannot expand or have to invest a lot to accommodate more users. This is why headless and composable commerce is the future.

In this space, BetterCommerce (with offices in India and the UK) attempts to disrupt the market through end-to-end eCommerce solutions for this segment.

Headless commerce is an architecture that involves decoupling of a website’s frontend and backend functionalities. BetterCommerce delivers this solution to small, medium and large enterprises who need this kind of decoupling if they wish to scale faster and smoother.

This separation allows developers to utilize the frontend technology stack of their choice for creating and delivering top-notch content experiences while plugging in an eCommerce solution at the backend for managing the commercial part.

BetterCommerce also adds composable commerce to the mix that empowers retailers/etailers to develop an eCommerce stack from interchangeable building blocks. This is a modular approach instead of the traditional all-encompassing technology.

This combination of two technologies equips the company to assist small and medium enterprises to use plug-ins when they need, thus saving cost and resources, while also keeping enough room for scalability. Partnerships and partner programs “We are happy to be in a space where we can directly solve problems for SMEs who are either looking to open online stores for the first time or wishing to […]

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