Pros and Cons of Composable Commerce

The term “composable commerce” refers to joining multiple components to meet a merchant’s specific needs. Example use cases include multiple sales channels, cost control, specialization, and the need for modular construction.

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The term “composable commerce” refers to joining multiple components to meet a merchant’s specific needs. Example use cases include multiple sales channels, cost control, specialization, and the need for modular construction.
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