24 May 2021

A personal store front in the online store

When you walk past a store front in a store, you sometimes see something that you get stuck for. This even though the decorator has not done it for me. It could just as well be products that are not at all interesting to me that are displayed. In an online store, on the other hand, there are all possibilities to display a personal store front. The technology to achieve this in e-commerce is easily accessible and ready to be implemented today.

16 Dec 2020

Choosing an e-commerce platform part 1 - The building blocks of e-commerce

Regardless of whether the e-commerce journey starts from scratch or if it is already underway, the choice of e-commerce platform is a large and important decision. A choice that will affect the company for a long time. In this series of articles, we will try to clarify the concepts and facilitate something in the choice for your, probably, most important sales channel. E-commerce!

20 Dec 2016

Episerver Ascend 2016

In a snow chaos in November, Episerver managed to hold their event, Episerver Ascend in Ericsson Globe with participants from all over the world, even though the event had a focus on the Nordics. The sessions contained experiences from different projects and partners, how to work, and Episerver Digital Experience Cloud (DXC).

28 Oct 2014

Experience the Experience - Part 2

Last month, I wrote about when we attended Sitecore Symposium 2014 in Barcelona in September. Here are a few more reflections that we brought home from the event. We should stop making assumptions about content, and test more. How gamification can be positive for customer loyalty and engagement. And for those who have a need to manage and analyse external web sites as it was an ordinary Sitecore site at the same place, FXM will be fully integrated in Sitecore 8.

29 Sep 2014

Experience the Experience

We brought a lot of useful information with us home from several different speakers at Sitecore Symposium 2014, and were inspired by Dietmar Dahmen. One of his recommendations to succeed was to not ask yourself the question ”Why?”, but instead ask the question ”Why not?”.