Module 3 in the Headless Commerce Masterclass
Perceived by many as a challenging and risky process, platform migration can actually enable businesses to optimise and innovate their systems while effectively minimising workload and process disruption.
- Gain an understanding of the key drivers behind platform migration
- Learn how a phased platform migration can better support business needs
- Find out how to plan an efficient and effective phased platform migration
- Understand the key technical considerations underpinning a successful implementation
- Learn how to make your ecommerce platform futureproof
Welcome to the third module in our headless ecommerce programme: Platform Migration.
So far, we have learnt about the significance of Customer Experience and digital innovation in the modern retail environment and detailed the necessary components of an effective replatforming strategy.
In this module, we provide a more in-depth look into platform migration, the process of implementing the solutions agreed within your replatforming strategy. This is often viewed as a formidable undertaking. If undertaken logically, however, you can ensure an efficient transition causing minimal disruption.
Learn about the key commercial and technical driving factors behind platform migration decisions and discover the necessary components for a successfully planned and executed platform migration initiative.
Questions you may be asking:
- Which functionalities of your legacy system can you streamline?
- Which functionalities must be taken into your new platform?
- How do you recognise when a platform migration is needed?
- How do you plan and execute a successful phased platform migration?
- Can I make my ecommerce platform future-proof?
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