Uniform, a unique provider of a composable experience hub designed to connect, orchestrate, and accelerate the adoption of composable experience architectures, today announced it has been included in the list of Cool Vendors™ in the 2022 Gartner Cool Vendors in Digital Commerce report.
“Uniform was founded on our core belief: the future of digital experiences is composable. We consider our inclusion in the Gartner Cool Vendor report as confirmation that brands are looking for a solution that addresses the many challenges of building and maintaining composable stacks to deliver cutting-edge digital experiences,” said Lars Petersen, CEO of Uniform. “We believe that by giving developers and business teams the tools to work faster and more independently than ever, Uniform will be the foundation of the digital experiences that create incredible results for both our customers and their end users.”
According to the report, “Digital commerce applications are transforming into a product-led architecture from a platform-led ecosystem, pushing the need for a composable approach that requires new solutions to be agile and replaceable.”
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Uniform is a composable digital experience composition application, built for today’s performance and scalability demands. Uniform lets organizations instantly integrate key composable services, including their CMS, commerce engine, DAM, headless search, front-end tools and CDN into one clear system that remains entirely composable. Key commerce integrations include BigCommerce and commercetools, Shopify and ElasticPath soon to be supported out of the box.
Uniform’s composable experience hub gives platform owners and architects the flexibility to deploy any service they want, and switch it if their needs change without having to worry about interoperability. It also gives business teams a no-code interface to compose pages and digital experiences using all of these services, and where built-in personalization and testing are first-class capabilities.
“As composable technologies shift from early adopters to mainstream users and the number of headless services continues to increase, there’s an emerging need to connect these tools, empower the business users that depend on them, and accelerate the delivery of the digital experiences built with them,” said Adam Conn, Uniform co-founder and head of enablement. “Uniform unifes each company’s chosen set of best-of-need tools into a single pipeline for digital experience delivery.”
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