Paneldiscussion: Composable Commerce
Composable Commerce has become increasingly popular in recent years. Unlike traditional all-in-one approaches, Composable Commerce is based on a modular rationale, with communication taking place almost exclusively via APIs. This means that each individual solution in its tech stack can be updated or replaced at any time without affecting the rest of the system. But what does this mean in practice? Don't miss the panel discussion on Composable Commerce to Composable Publishing and learn what to look out for and what the key learnings are!
Joining Akeneo on stage will be:
Sebastian Jurth, Remmers
Sebastian Jurth has been working in digital business for more than 20 years. At Remmers, he built the e-commerce and system building blocks for digital transformation from the ground up. Today, he manages all Digital Business solutons & services as well as e-commerce for the entire Remmers Group worldwide.
Artur Wozniak-Feldmeier, WAGO
Since 2005, Artur Wozniak-Feldmeier has been involved with all topics related to product information at WAGO. His field of activity ranges from data model, maintenance and translation processes to publication in all channels. With the invention of a facetted approach for highly flexible, fully automated catalogs, a new era in catalog generation was entered in 2016 with Arvato and WERKII. This provided ideal support for WAGO's "Customer Centricity" corporate strategy. This approach was also used to implement other innovative touchpoints such as drawing robots, product variant creation, packaging layouts, individual data sheets on demand, and much more.
Horst Huber, priint Group
Horst Huber is a pioneer in the field of system-supported publishing. His deep knowledge in the areas of cross channel marketing, process optimization, database publishing/web-to-print, bench marketing, potential analysis results from more than 25 years of project experience in retail, mail order and industrial companies.
Jürgen Burger, SIMIO (Moderator)
Jürgen Burger has been in the field of product information management for more than 20 years. In 2019, he founded the independent analyst and consulting company Simio, which holds a special position in the market: Together with his partners, he regularly analyzes the various software providers and observes market developments; the knowledge gained in the process is used to provide consulting support to customers in improving their product communication. Particularly important to him is a holistic view of the respective topics and a value-based approach.