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commercetools and Modyo Combine Microservices & Micro Frontends to Help Clients Create More Flexible Omnichannel E-Commerce Solutions

he latest version of Modyo now integrates with commercetools to help create better digital products and engaging customer experiences. The partnership makes it possible to develop highly scalable solutions through Modyo’s micro frontend architecture coupled with commercetools for merchandising, payments, ERPs, fulfillment, marketplaces, and more.

Modyo, a company that for more than a decade has been working with leading organizations across industries from finance, to education, and e-commerce to help accelerate their digital transformation through their DXP, has signed a partnership with commercetools, one of the global leaders in next-generation commerce software.

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“In 2020 we saw an acceleration by large clients to transform the e-commerce experience and create more flexible commerce solutions putting the customer experience front and center across digital channels”

“In 2020 we saw an acceleration by large clients to transform the e-commerce experience and create more flexible commerce solutions putting the customer experience front and center across digital channels,” said Mark Bonnell, CEO of Modyo. “Our partnership and integration with commercetools will help global clients accelerate better e-commerce solutions. The flexibility of commercetools and Modyo will provide large demanding companies a strategic advantage in how they build e-commerce products that transform their business.”

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Big things come in small (micro) packages

The microservices, API-based technology that commercetools offers, allows for teams to build more in less time, with less resources. Typically, this agile model comes at odds with the slower, more complex frontend architectures of many DXPs in the market. Today though, Modyo’s micro frontend architecture provides a powerful platform to take full advantage of commercetools’ microservices. Global organizations can now work with smaller, less complex codebases in the frontend, and give their development teams more autonomy, allowing them to deliver more frequently, and meet changing client demands.

”We are pleased to welcome Modyo into the commercetools partner network,” said Patrick Ferdig, Head of Partners – Americas at commercetools. “It is critical now more than ever that companies have an agile solution to respond quickly to market shifts and the combined Modyo commercetools solution provides a tremendous degree of flexibility.”

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