Sitecore Integrates OrderCloud With Microsoft Fabric

Providing easier management of commerce channels

Digital experience platform Sitecore has integrated its Sitecore OrderCloud solution with Microsoft Fabric. The integration will enable brands to consolidate the management of their commerce channels into a single marketplace. Customers will also have access to AI and analytics tools to help them better use their data. 

“Sitecore OrderCloud’s integration with Microsoft Fabric will accelerate retailers’ ability to unify data across systems, helping them take advantage of AI-powered enhancements and ultimately delivering a unified, channel-less shopping experience that meets today’s shopper expectations,” said general manager of Microsoft Cloud for Retail at Microsoft, Martin Kostal. 

Elsewhere, commercetools has launched Foundry, Kibo has become the MACH Alliance’s first member of 2024, and Brave Bison Commerce has a new Head of Delivery and Operations.

New RFPs From DXP360

  • [New] [RFP Value: Undisclosed] LA Poste Website Design & Development Project: Seeking expert web designers to revamp and modernize the official LA Poste website.

  • [New][RFP Value: $5,350,000.00]Clarion Housing Group Website Redesign Project: Seeking Expert Web Designers for Creative and Marketing Services Overhaul.

  • [New][RFP Value: $3,100,000] Visit Belfast Website Design Project: Seeking expert web designers to rejuvenate the official Visit Belfast website, enhancing user experience and functionality.

  • [New][RFP Value: $1,900,000] Warwick University Digital Experience Platform Website Design Project: Seeking proficient web designers to overhaul and modernize the Warwick University Digital Experience Platform.

  • [New][RFP Value: $316,000] Staffordshire County Council E-Tourism Portal Project: Seeking Expert Web Designers for a Complete Redesign of the Official Tourism Website.

Stories that caught our eye

  1. Kibo Joins the MACH Alliance: Kibo Commerce has joined the MACH Alliance and reaffirmed its commitment to providing flexible solutions to their customers.

  2. Digital Agency True Launches the Composable Commerce Series: True has announced the Composable Commerce Series, combining online and in-person events, focusing on website architecture and 'Headless' and 'Composability' concepts in website design.

  3. Brave Bison Commerce Appoints Al Ward as Head of Delivery and Operations: Brave Bison appoints Al Ward as Head of Delivery and Operations for its Commerce division, focusing on project delivery, operations, client leadership, and business growth.

  4. Digital Twins: Can They Transform Customer Experience?: Digital twins, virtual replicas of physical objects or processes, are transforming customer experience and product design.

  5. Oshyn Launches 'Composed by Oshyn' Newsletter: Tech and DXP consultants Oshyn have launched the "Composed by Oshyn" newsletter, providing insights on composable architecture and web development trends, debates, and best practices from industry experts.

The word on the street…

  1. [LinkedIn]: Content dispositions database: David Hobbs shares some insights about planning a content transformation at scale and the importance of defining your dispositions.

  2. [Reddit]: Advice for a traditional CMS: This Redditor is looking for a traditional CMS recommendation (or maybe a user-friendly headless option?).