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COMMERCE TOMORROW is a podcast series hosted by tech entrepreneurs and ecommerce veterans Kelly Goetsch and Dirk Hoerig discussing the latest developments and technologies used at global brands and retailers that are at the forefront of growth and innovation. Listen in to interviews with recognized technology leaders and learn how technology is driving their business.
 
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In this episode, Dirk and Kelly have an in-depth discussion with Carrie about her time as CDO of Neiman Marcus, the changing nature of the CDO role, how Google generally and Google Cloud more specifically approach retail and the future of commerce platforms.על ידי CommerceTomorrow
 
In this episode, Dirk and Kelly chat with industry leaders Rob and Adam on Salsify, the PIM market and changes over the past decade, the challenges that organizations face when enriching product data, whether PIMs will eventually surface product APIs (or GraphQL) directly to frontends, and moreעל ידי CommerceTomorrow
 
Deloitte Digital is one of the biggest players in digital transformations for large enterprises and Gagan, as managing director, sees it all. In this discussion, he gives his thoughts on the present/future of the commerce platform space, how enterprises are changing how they buy software, how enterprises are developing commerce competency internall…
 
Allison and her team at Fast are out to eliminate checkout friction with their 1-click checkout solution. By eliminating passwords, they give their customers an Apple Pay-like experience across any eCommerce website or app that integrates their software. Have a listen to understand how Allison's background of scaling payments at Uber is now being a…
 
Fulfillmenttools, a cousin of commercetools, is a spinoff of REWE Digital that is taking REWE's in-house fulfillment technology to market. In this episode, we talk through the state of the fulfillment software market and how they have some unique competitive advantages by having started in the grocery space.…
 
Description: With its $70m in revenue, search pioneer Lucidworks is a major force in the enterprise commerce search market. We sit down with CEO Will Hayes and commerce GM Peter Curran (former founder/CEO of Cirrus10, which was acquired by Lucidworks) to talk through the big innovations in search, the intersection of open source + search, and where…
 
In a first-ever for the Commerce Tomorrow podcast, we recorded a live episode on Clubhouse. We were joined by Mihaela Mazzenga (CTO of Sharper Image), Devashish Saxena (CDO of PPG Industries), Kunal Mukherjee-Chakraborty (CDO of GrandVision), Alex Shiferman (CTO of Nuts.com) and Tim Daneliuk (head of architecture of Zoro U.S.)…
 
Fresh off a $27m series B fundraise, Yvan and Jay's 400+ person Bold Commerce is augmenting traditional commerce platforms by offering solutions for checkout, subscriptions, and more. In this episode, we go deep on the future of commerce platforms, Bold Commerce's part of that future, the differences between U.S. and Canadian business climates, and…
 
From his long tenure as Forrester's lead B2B analyst to founding the world's largest B2B conference to founding Paradigm Consulting, Andy is a top voice in the world of B2B commerce. In this episode, we talk about the consumerization of B2B commerce, brands going direct to customers, B2B marketplaces, and much more.…
 
PPG is a manufacturing giant with more than $16 billion in revenue. They produce paints, coatings and other specialty materials and operate in more than 70 countries. Devashish joined last year as CDO to lead their digital transformation. With more than 35 ERPs and many more systems of record, Devashish talks through the practicalities of digital t…
 
Bob Burke took over as CEO of ATG in 2002 during the depths of the .com crash and led the company to dominate the commerce platform space, eventually leading to a successful acquisition by Oracle in 2011. In this episode, we talk about the evolution of the commerce platform market, ATG's role in driving that change, Oracle's acquisition of ATG, and…
 
Ajay and Ishan have been at the forefront web performance infrastructure for most of their careers. Moovweb powers nearly $10B in annual commerce and their XDN platform extends the principles of Jamstack to large, dynamic websites such as REVOLVE Fashion, Shoe Carnival, and The Tie Bar, which boast average paint times under one second. Their approa…
 
From his early days at Amazon.com, to his time in senior roles at Endeca (from small company to Oracle acquisition), to now being CEO at Yottaa, Rich has seen it all. In this episode we talk about the early days of Amazon.com and Endeca, and the state of the art of frontend optimization and securityעל ידי CommerceTomorrow
 
Alex joined Nuts.com in 2018 to lead their transformation from a custom in-house platform to an all-new best-of-breed headless stack. In this episode, we discuss Alex's background and his transition from the agency-side to the brand-side, the Nuts.com business model and how they've been impacted by COVID-19, their evaluation criteria for a new stac…
 
While we've used the term "omnichannel commerce" for more than a decade, true omnichannel commerce has eluded most retailers because the point of sale remains separate from the rest of digital commerce. In this episode, Joel explains why that remains, 25+ years after digital commerce was first introduced. Joel has worked for DSW, Express, and now w…
 
From founding Lieferando.de (acquired by TakeAway.com), to being an investor in many tech startups, to now founding and being CEO of Talon.One, Christoph has been at the forefront of the startup scene in Berlin. In this episode, we discuss his founding of Lieferando.de, the Berlin startup scene, the German venture capital market, and his founding/r…
 
The Yes, founded by Amit Aggarwal (ex Google/Microsoft, ex-Bloomreach CTO, expert in AI) and Julie Bornstein (ex-Stitch Fix COO), offers an entirely new approach to shopping with its app-first, AI-based personalized shopping experience. Using more than 500 auto-generated attributes per product, The Yes is able to help shoppers find exactly what the…
 
In this episode, Dirk and Kelly sit down with Bob Howland (CDO) and Gireesh Sahukar (Sr Director, Digital Technology) of Dawn Foods to discuss how they built an all-new Digital Innovation Hub in Boston and built an entirely new digital commerce platform from scratch. Dawn Foods is an enormous multi-national company that sells baking supplies to bak…
 
If you're a listener to this podcast you probably know Adam as the preeminent eCommerce recruiter in our space. He's placed thousands of technical and business folks in the eCommerce industry, from fresh college grads to C-level execs at both brands and vendors. In this podcast, we discuss the business model of recruiting, how recruiting has change…
 
Matt has been at the forefront of commerce in his C-level positions at BigMachines (acquired by Oracle), Steelbrick (acquired by salesforce) and Salesforce's Quote-to-Cash cloud. He also co-founded G2 Crowd. He is now CEO at Threekit, which generates product images for companies like Crate & Barrel and provides cutting edge AR for commerce, which y…
 
From designing planes, to designing rockets, to being one of the founders of the Java programming language, Dr. Robert Zores has seen it all. In this episode, Dirk and Kelly talk to him about his six years at REWE Digital. REWE is Germany's 3rd largest employer, employs 400,000 people across Europe, and has annual turnover of €63 billion. In 2014 R…
 
Eli, an expert on computational logistics and veteran of Tumblr, Shutterstock and other prominent search innovators, has co-founded Constructor.io, an AI search startup that's built an entirely new search engine from scratch. Used by Sephora, Bonobos, and others, Constructor.io is on the leading edge of search tech and discusses how search engines …
 
What is the scope of a modern OMS? How does an OMS fit in with an ERP, WMS, and a commerce platform? In this episode, we'll go deep on OMSes, talk about how Fluent Commerce is adding support for Coronavirus-related requirements, and what it's like to build a company in Australiaעל ידי CommerceTomorrow
 
In this episode, we go deep on marketplaces with the preeminent marketplace expert - Mirakl co-founder/co-CEO Adrien Nussenbaum. In this episode, we explore the various flavors of marketplaces, where the lines is between commerce platform and marketplace platform, the role of B2B marketplaces, how to avoid the commoditization trap, and more.…
 
Gartner and Forrester have an enormous amount of influence in the commerce vendor landscape but not that much is known about them. In this interview, Kelly and Dirk chat all things analysts with Andrew Hsu, managing director and co-founder of Spotlight, a firm devoted solely to improving relationships with analysts. We cover who the top analyst fir…
 
In this episode, Dirk and Kelly sit down with Contentstack co-founders Neha Sampat (CEO) and Matthew Baier (COO) to discuss the origins of headless content content management systems, their successes in displacing the legacy content management systems and digital experience platforms, and what's next for Contentstack after their recent $31.5m fundr…
 
In this episode, we chat about Akamai's near ubiquitous role in delivering commerce experiences, how they approach computing at the edge, how they're improving the calls between "heads" and the backend application(s), how they prepare for Black Friday / Cyber Monday, and how they recommend that you prepare for Black Friday / Cyber Monday.…
 
Jan Hegewald, head of Zalando's product offer platform, joined Dirk and Kelly to discuss how Europe's largest and most innovative online fashion retailer manages its 2,000+ microservices across 200+ teams, with its 2,000+ technical employees. In this episode, we discuss how Zalando is structured, how they balance the need for centralization vs. the…
 
Ronan Tighe, CPO of Moonpig, talks about their business model, why they as a DNVB have the role of CPO, how they roadmap, and what their current and future tech stack looks like. Ronan was formerly head of product at Net-a-Porter & Mr Porterעל ידי CommerceTomorrow
 
Corey is SVP and General Manager for Retail and Fashion at Infor where he oversees their broad portfolio of retail and supply chain-related technology. Infor is a 17,000 person company that powers the back office of many retailers and brands, providing software from the OMS down to the software that tracks individual containers on container ships. …
 
From the founding team of Endeca to Google to LinkedIn and beyond, Dr. Daniel Tunkelang talks through the early days of Endeca, his pioneering work at Google and LinkedIn and his life as one of the world's top freelance search consultants for companies like Flipkart, Pinterest, Yelp, Salesforce, and Apple. We talk through voice search, machine lear…
 
Dirk and Kelly sit down with Express's VP of Enterprise Architecture, Commerce and Enterprise Integration, Brendan Gualdoni to discuss how commerce platforms have changed over the decades and how Express has modernized their stack over the past few years. Brendan spent many years at Sears, which was an early eCommerce pioneer in the 1990's and late…
 
In this episode, Dirk and Kelly sit down with John Andrews to discuss inventory optimization, product management, Oracle Commerce (he used to lead product management for Oracle Commerce), and entrepreneurship#CommerceTomorrow #iTunes #podcast Podcast all Platforms https://linktr.ee/commercetomorrowhttp://commercetomorrow.com/https://twitter.com/com…
 
As a senior commerce architect for AT&T's managed hosting group and now senior analyst at Gartner, Jeff has seen and driven many of the major commerce platform trends out there, from headless to microservices to GraphQL. In this episode, Dirk and Kelly geek out with Jeff over these trends and moreעל ידי CommerceTomorrow
 
From Forrester, to hybris, to Accenture and Now Amplience, Brian has been a key player in the commerce platform space and is now applying his experience to the commerce-adjacent space of content management in his role as Chief Strategy Officer of Amplience. In this episode, Kelly and Brian go deep and talk through his career, the challenges he sees…
 
Dirk and Kelly speak with Sumit Dhawan, CEO of Instart about the increasingly sophisticated space between clients and the origin. Think next generation CDN-style technology. Instart has raised more than $140m from a who's who of Silicon Valley investors including A16Z and Kleiner Perkins to revolutionize this space.…
 
Scott Brinker joins us to talk about the marketing technology landscape. As a well known author, speaker, founding CEO, and MarTech Chair, Scott Brinker demystifies the world of marketing technology and talks about its intersections with the commerce platform space.על ידי CommerceTomorrow
 
Contentful is the rising start of the content management space, having grown from 30 to 200 employees over the space of just three years. In this episode, Kelly sits down with contentful's head of product, Peter Sunna, to talk about their rapid growth, where they fit in the content management landscape, contentful's intersection with commerce, thei…
 
Dirk and Kelly talk through the intersection of the content and the commerce worlds with CMS-Connected reporters Laura Myers and Gabriella Pirrone. They talk about CMS-Connected's origins, what the content world (CMS/WCMS/DXP) space looks like, how it intersects with commerce, and what commerce innovations they're seeing from retailers, brands and …
 
In this episode, Dirk and Kelly speak to Raj De Datta CEO and Co-Founder at BloomReach. They talk about what the difference between a CMS, WCM, and DXP is, why it becomes increasingly important for brands and merchants to focus on delivering engaging experiences, how BloomReach uses AI and ML to support their platform, and what the reasoning behind…
 
In this episode, Dirk and Kelly talk to Vamsi Muddada, CTO at FTD Companies. FTD is a floral wire service based in the US. Vamsi talks about the challenges of digital transformation, both on a technical as well as an organizational level. He also explains how to merge a multitude of legacy applications – involving almost every imaginable tech stack…
 
In this episode, Dirk and Kelly talk to Drew Lau, VP Product at Mobify. Apart from mobile-first strategies in general, they talk about Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) as well as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs) and discuss which business benefits brands and retailers can expect from using those technologies.…
 
In this episode, Dirk and Kelly talk to Bruno Borges, Developer Advocate at Microsoft. They discuss how, in the recent years, Microsoft has shifted its culture, became successful in the cloud business and has also managed to focus stronger on developer relations. Bruno also touches on the recent acquisition of Github and gives his views on the deve…
 
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