In our 14th Re:platform episode, we discuss why it’s important to select the right ecommerce platform and the potential risks of getting it wrong, amongst other things. This episode is designed to cover the general process retailers should follow to better understand the platforms and what they should be looking to know before they start talking to providers.
In our 13th episode, Paul is joined by Piers Thorogood to talk about Shopify Plus at scale, managing international Shopify builds, new features likely to be introduced at Unite 2020, headless Shopify and various other things!
In our 12th episode, we're joined by Stuart McMillan, who is the Head of Multi-Channel at Tiso Group and the former Head of eCommerce at Schuh. Stuart talks us through the importance of performance optimisation, general best practices to follow, how performance can be measured, creating an optimisation culture and much more.
In our 10th episode we were joined by Episerver's Brand and Product Evangelist, Joey Moore, to explore Episerver's core capabilities, how their recent acquisition of content personalisation engine Idio is driving the personalisation agenda and their roadmap going into 2020.
In our 11th episode, Paul and James discuss the importance of TCO cost model planning, how it should be used, the stakeholders that should be part of assessing your TCO, the costs that should be included and the pitfalls and nuances when assessing different platforms and technologies.
In our 9th episode, we were joined by Shopware's Dominic Klein to talk about their new version 6 release. This re-architected version of the platform features a host of major changes to core features as well as the introduction of a new API-first approach. We discuss these changes, the migration path, further upcoming features and how they plan to continue to develop the platform into 2020 and beyond.
In episode 8 we're joined by Ben and Bill from Workarea, a rapidly growing eCommerce platform who recently announced an open-source solution. We talk about the open-sourcing of the core product, new features and their roadmap going into 2020.
In our 7th episode, Paul is joined by Rafael and Jade from VTEX - an eCommerce platform provider currently working on entering the UK market, having recently raised $140m of investment, led by SoftBank.
In the sixth episode of Re:platform we focus on a key process for replatforming projects: capturing business requirements. It's critical you have a clear process for understanding the high-level business requirements that will drive your platform evaluation. In this podcast, James talks you through 10 tips for managing stakeholders effectively to deliver a successful outcome, based on experience from working with a wide range of Client teams.
In the fifth episode of re:platform we're joined by Fred Potter from leading payment company, Adyen. Fred answers our questions on all things PSD2 and SCA, along with the impacts and planning considerations for retailers.
Welcome to the fourth episode of Re:platform, where we compare Magento Commerce with Magento Open Source. We'll discuss the suitability of both versions for enterprise projects, key feature gaps, examples of large retailers using the open source version, rough license costs and much more.
In this episode, Paul and James interview Gerry White, a highly experienced technical SEO professional currently running the SEO team at Justeat.com. The episode is focused on approaching replatforming projects as an SEO, common issues, getting internal buy-in and much more. Thanks Gerry for joining us!
Welcome to the first full episode from the Re:platform podcast series - by eCommerce consultants James Gurd and Paul Rogers. This episode is focused on common issues and risks when replatforming and how they can be countered.
This is our welcome episode, where we introduce our brand new replatforming podcast; Re:platform. We'll introduce ourselves (Paul and James), the concept for the podcast and we'll provide a bit of an overview of what we're intending on covering.