New Episerver Commerce developers, including those with extensive Episerver CMS experience, might still feel a bit lost in their first Episerver Commerce project if they don’t have a solid understanding of e-commerce concepts, especially in relation to digital marketing and product merchandising.
After launch is when the website editors’ real work begins. And one of their main tasks is the same as a developer’s main task: Optimize, optimize, optimize and with Episerver A/B Testing, the job can be done without any programming knowledge.
Taking over Episerver Commerce sites can be quite messy given the complex nature of any commerce implementation as compared to CMS. In addition, short hand-over periods and a lack of up-to-date documentation can pose some challenges.
Episerver Commerce 13 was released on March 26th. Just like other major versions, this release contains breaking changes.
Episerver, founded in Sweden in 1994, has steadily become a force to be reckoned with in the CMS and Digital Commerce market.
Episerver CMS and Commerce boast features galore. It can be hard to keep track of what does what. Here’s a handy graphic and list to make sure you don’t get lost in the world of Epi.
Niteco’s team of Epi experts headed to Sweden for Episerver Partner Close-Up 2019, a one-day Niteco-sponsored partner event.
The growing popularity of Episerver’s Commerce platform means demand for experienced developers with specific knowledge of Episerver is strong
While seasoned web designers will have no difficulty designing for an Episerver website, there are a few things to keep in mind. We tell you what guidelines to follow when designing an Episerver site.
Episerver launched their Episerver commerce platform in 2010 and in the span of eight years, they’ve developed a product that’s won them recognition in Gartner’s magic quadrant for digital commerce reports.