As e-commerce has grown into a bigger industry, brands now have more ways to build their online stores than ever before.
One type of e-commerce architecture that’s become increasingly talked about is headless commerce. At its most basic level, headless commerce means that the architecture for the front-end of the website is decoupled from the back-end, which gives companies more control over how their website looks and runs.
Download Modern Retail’s guide to headless commerce and glean insights on:
- What headless commerce means
- What companies should consider before going headless
- What types of companies are a good fit for headless commerce