Sneak peek: 2016 NRF Shop.org conference

The annual Shop.org conference – also known as Retail’s Digital Summit – is among the most influential conferences of its kind. (Follow on Twitter at #shoporg16.) The show is a veritable “who’s who” of retailers, retail technology providers and integrators working to improve and revolutionize customer experiences in digital commerce.

To further this discussion, Skava will be attending this year’s show, taking place from Sept. 26 to 28 in Dallas, Texas. We’ll be making a major announcement during the show (so stay tuned!), demoing our latest e-commerce platform and giving attendees the chance to win either a FitBit device or a drone at booth #2039. Attendees can also experience how their e-commerce platform can be tailored using cloud-based microservices to suite their unique needs. Click here to reserve a spot for a demo.

Skava co-founder and president Arish Ali will also be speaking on Tuesday, Sept. 27, during the conference’s “BIG ideas” showcase. There, Ali will discuss the challenges retailers face over the next two decades when they attempt to build out their own strong and modern digital foundations. In particular, he’ll discuss the pros and the cons of either buying a large monolithic platform or building a new platform from scratch. He’ll also discuss how Skava can help retailers to strike the right balance when building a modern, mobile-first, cloud-based microservices e-commerce platform.

Arish’s talk, “Build vs. Buy – Foundations for the Next 15 Years of Digital Commerce,” will take place from 1:45-2:15 p.m. Central Standard Time in the EXPO Hall, Big Ideas Room.

This year’s Shop.org conference will be an exciting one! Be sure to stop by booth #2039 to see how retailers can compete in this new mobile e-commerce era. To see Skava demo in action, click here to reserve a spot and see Skava’s latest innovations in action,

Also, make sure you’re following Skava and Infosys on social for exciting news and more before and during Shop.org.

 

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