Credera will be presenting alongside Broadleaf Commerce at the National Retail Federation’s Annual Convention & EXPO, known as “Retail’s BIG Show.” The three-day event held annually at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York offers unparalleled education and networking for retailers.
During Retail’s BIG Show, Credera Vice President Jason Goth will co-present alongside Broadleaf Commerce CEO Brian Polster at a session entitled, “New Ecommerce Platform Considerations for 2017.” The session will take place on Jan. 15 at 2:00 p.m. in Room 1 located on EXPO Level 1.
Jason and Brian will share lessons learned from large ecommerce retailers and the choices they have made in adapting ecommerce technology in order to meet growing customer demand.
Commerce technology is rapidly evolving. Retailers are facing an increasingly complex environment, compliance regulations, longer development cycles, bigger data sets, and much more, all while balancing the need to be innovative and meet swelling customer demand.
Forget What You Know: New Ecommerce Platform Considerations for 2017
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These strategies are not without merit, but they can be oversimplified and lofty ideas that require significant investment often without providing clear return on investment. In this talk, Jason and Brian will present the lessons large ecommerce retailers have learned and the choices they have made in these areas. They will discuss practical steps to adapt your ecommerce technology while making positive waves in your digital environment.
Visit Credera & Broadleaf Commerce in the Expo Hall
In the Expo Hall, Credera and Broadleaf will be located at booth #2333. Our best technical leaders will be on hand to answer your ecommerce platform questions, discuss digital strategy, and demo the latest release of the Broadleaf platform solution.
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