Sitecore OrderCloud is now integrated into Microsoft Fabric
This new integration unlocks new commerce capabilities within Microsoft Cloud for Retail and enables brands to unlock the power of AI, analytics, and commerce and business management capabilities into their eCommerce ecosystem.
It’s been a busy and exciting time here at Sitecore, with the continuing evolution of our next-gen composable DXP.
I’ve been having a lot of conversations with marketing and tech leaders since I outlined our product strategy at Sitecore Symposium 2022 in Chicago.
Many of you are excited about the future of composable. Many are wondering what a move to the cloud would mean. And some just need a little more time to get your head around all the changes. I know the feeling!
We’re moving fast, and it’s a lot to digest. We’ve acquired four businesses and launched four new products in the last 18 months alone. So I wanted to take stock and outline where our strategy has got us to — and talk a bit about what we’ve built, why we’ve built it, and what options we have today for your business.
We cover it all below, but if you're just passing through, here are five things I want to be super clear about as we move ahead.
We believe in the power of composable SaaS to deliver more speed, agility, and flexibility for our customers.
We have the only end-to-end composable suite of products from any scaled enterprise DXP vendor.
We have 11 composable products across three clouds: Content Cloud, Engagement Cloud, and Commerce Cloud
We’ve just released the highest-performing and most complete upgrades ever for our flagship platform products, XM and XP, and our PaaS Managed Cloud hosting service.
You can combine composable and platform — adding SaaS products like CDP or DAM to PaaS products like XM or XP.