Composable technology experimentation and learning initiative launched by Inviqa

By Joanna Perry
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The composable technology experimentation and learning Accelerator demonstrates technology from 25 vendors including Akeneo, BigCommerce, Contentful, Contentstack, Salsify, Shopify and more

Digital product agency Inviqa is delighted to announce the launch of its Composable Technology Accelerator, an initiative to help clients de-risk adoption by getting hands-on with the platforms we recommend before they implement them.

Designed to support the adoption of composable technology architectures across a wide variety of commerce, content and digital experience use cases, the Accelerator includes:

  • Content management and digital experience platforms to create and manage impactful content
  • Commerce platforms to enable localised ecommerce sites for multiple markets
  • Product experience management solutions to improve and better leverage product information
  • Search and merchandising solutions to maximise findability of content and products
  • Personalisation solutions to improve user experience and conversion
  • iPaaS solutions for quick and easy integration of multiple platforms
  • Generative AI solutions to harness the productivity benefits of artificial intelligence

Market-leading vendors showcased in the initiative include: Akeneo, BigCommerce, Contentful, Contentstack, Klevu, Patchworks, Salsify and Shopify.

Inviqa is regularly creating use cases and experimenting to develop best practice integrations between these systems to solve our clients’ challenges before they arise. This increases the speed of possible adoption and decreases the risk associated with composable architectures.

"We know many businesses aspire to adopt composable architectures for their digital estates, but the potential risks and costs associated with re-platforming projects are significant barriers. Our Composable Technology Accelerator allows clients to test and learn with the best composable solutions on the market before committing to particular platforms or integrations. This ensures clients don't turn down technology dead-ends, enabling them to build confidence and capability in the infrastructure underpinning the digital experiences we support them to deliver."

- Kaustav Bhattacharya, Inviqa CTO

One of the first composable technology experiments has created a best practice integration to allow easy localisation of ecommerce stores built on BigCommerce’s commerce platform utilising Contentful’s content management system.

The Accelerator is also being used as a part of pitch processes with potential clients: providing them with sandbox environments to test how systems will work with their data, and demo solutions to their non-technical stakeholders.

Composable digital architectures deliver flexibility and scalability

Composable technology architectures have multiple benefits for our clients including flexibility and scalability as business requirements and models change, plus individual components can be maintained or replaced without impacting other parts of the digital infrastructure. Companies are able to break free from monolithic systems with their associated costs and risks of vendor tie-in and technical debt.

The Accelerator allows clients to explore composable solutions and build roadmaps for adoption without having to commit to a big bang-style systems replacement.

Inviqa Chief Technology Officer Kaustav Bhattacharya commented: "We know many businesses aspire to adopt composable architectures for their digital estates, but the potential risks and costs associated with re-platforming projects are significant barriers.

Our Composable Technology Accelerator allows clients to test and learn with the best composable solutions on the market before committing to particular platforms or integrations. This ensures clients don't turn down technology dead-ends, enabling them to build confidence and capability in the infrastructure underpinning the digital experiences we support them to deliver."

For more details on the Composable Technology Accelerator and to request a demo see our dedicated Accelerator page.