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CMO Series Webinar: Composable Architecture & why it Benefits Your Firm - 5 Key Takeaways

In the rapidly evolving digital landscape, businesses must adapt to stay relevant. Novicell UK, a full-service digital consultancy, introduces the concept of User-Centric Composable Architecture, which offers a number of advantages for businesses.

This week, we were lucky to welcome Mikkel Keller Stubkjaer, Head of Development at Novicell UK, to our first Passle CMO Series Webinar to discuss Composable Architecture and the benefits for professional services firms.

Here’s a breakdown of the 5 key insights from the session: 

1. Composable Enablers
Mikkel suggests that a Composable Architecture allows businesses to adapt to changing needs and evolving technologies more effectively. By breaking down complex systems into smaller, manageable components, organizations can enhance efficiency, agility, and user experiences.

2. Strategic Platform Selection
Mikkel presented three strategic platform selection approaches: Monolith/Boxed Suite, Composable/Best of Breed, and Custom/Whatever You Need. The choice depends on the complexity of your business model and the expected changes in the future.

3. Composable Principles and Technology Enablers
The session highlighted key technology enablers for Composable Architecture, including Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native, and Headless architecture. These principles empower businesses to build agile, scalable, and flexible digital solutions.

4. Seamless User Journeys
Throughout the webinar, Mikkel emphasized the importance of offering exceptional on-site search experiences to users. He proposes features like "Exceptional Search" to enhance search functionality on websites.

5. The TCO and ROI of Composable Architecture
Mikkel unpacked the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for different architecture approaches and highlighted the long-term benefits of a Composable Architecture, including scalability, flexibility, and performance.

The overall takeaway from the session is that firms that embrace user-centric Composable Architecture will remain responsive to change in the digital age. The Composable approach fosters flexibility and resilience by using loosely coupled best-of-breed systems. It's the key to delivering up-to-date, top-tier customer experiences and offers firms a path to stay agile and competitive in a fast-paced digital landscape.


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