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The Principles of API-First Development

As the world increasingly moves online, savvy businesses of all sizes need to be API-first in their development and integrations to stay competitive and adapt more quickly to innovation and consumer demand. The API request-response exchange is how developers can deliver outstanding search and discovery experiences without building the technology from scratch. In this blog post, we'll discuss the principles of API-first development that small businesses should keep in mind.

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Cloud Transformation in Financial Services

When it comes to financial services, there are no better ways to trigger the importance of resiliency and agility in surviving the perceived volatility of a combined space when circumstances push change before we are ready. However, there really doesn't seem to be a better fit for cloud transformation than financial services. More about it in this post!

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Microsoft Cloud for Retail

Microsoft Cloud for Retail is a fully-integrated suite of solutions that can help create personalized experiences, optimize supply chains, and re-imagine multichannel retail, Read more about how you can accelerate business growth with a solution tailored for retailers!

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The Custom Shopping Cart - When and Why?

According to recent studies, the average shopping cart abandonment rate for an eCommerce website is close to 80%. While there could be a variety of causes for this, there are ever more ways to reduce shopping cart abandonment and increase sales. Read on to learn more in this post!

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CASE STUDY: Migrating from EDI File Transfer to API Data Exchange

CSW Solutions assisted our customer, a leading retailer of personalized products to migrate one of their biggest wholesale customers from a file data exchange solution to a real-time custom-built API solution running on the Azure cloud platform.

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An Introduction to Systems Integration for eCommerce

The new business model is based around IT and the cloud. Regardless of the industry, enterprises end up owning a great number of systems: either built internally or acquired from third parties; cloud-based or on-premise. When asked to rank their top challenges, IT decision-makers put customer behavior in their top three; followed by legacy infrastructure and new systems integration, and security. Even from the top, the challenges ring familiar to anyone when it comes to integration.

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