at Digital Commerce Implementation
LEARN FROM A LEADING EXPERT
Digital Commerce Canvas framework and training developed by Michael Vax. Michael is an Ecommerce industry veteran who was leading the development of enterprise Ecommerce platforms at Hybris, Spryker, and Elasticpath. He has more than 15 years of experience in helping many customers innovate and move their business online.
To see how Michael can help you, please have a look at his training courses or contact him.
Training and consulting is designed
FOR TEAMS BUILDING COMMERCE OF TOMORROW
Product Managers & Business Analysts
You get a framework and knowledge to organize and prioritize requirements in a structured way and share commerce vision with business leaders and the development team. Digital Commerce Canvas helps to adopt industry best practices and avoid reinventing the wheel
You get a clear picture of the digital commerce needs of your business, learn about proven practices from different industries, and use digital commerce canvas to analyze the competition
You use training to upskill your team and learn the best implementation approaches and design patterns.
The Digital Commerce Canvas provides you with a top-down approach to evaluating technology solutions. It gives you a quick snapshot of what a project looks like from a birds-eye perspective and a great way to align your team
The development team gets comprehensive training on the Ecommerce domain, uses standard terminology, and has a shared understanding of project scope and requirements
Michael has been instrumental in building out the market-leading Commerce functionality of SAP Hybris across numerous industries.
He is an Ecommerce veteran with unique insider knowledge of the Ecommerce domain and the latest technology and business trends.
Co-founder & CTO of Hybris (SAP Customer Experience)
Michael is an experienced and knowledgeable product and digital commerce expert. With deep understanding of the software vendor side as well as customer challenges he can perfectly connect the dots and build complex, sophisticated products to address those needs. Michael can work in cross functional high performance teams and was instrumental in bringing some of our key products to market. He is broadly interested in new technologies, products and approaches.
CEO at Spryker Systems
Creating a great ecommerce and digital strategy is crucial to the success of an online business. What I consider even more important, it to have a clear understanding of the possibilities and terminology in the teams to make this process more effective and innovative. I would recommend the course "Digital Commerce for YOUR Business" to any company planning their strategy, for eCommerce teams, eCommerce Managers, Online Marketing Managers, Customer Success Managers in the eCommerce industry, but also for decision makers looking to understand important things to consider. The value of learning from one of the most knowledgeable and experienced eCommerce strategists - Michael Vax - lies in systematically understanding and at the same time getting inspired to develop own ideas. Following the eCommerce canvas has been incredibly helpful to me to map and structure business capabilities and provide more value to our customersAdd testimonial description here. Edit and place your own text.
Senior Team Manager - Client Success Management at Cleverbridge
Michael’s structured and thorough approach helped us to define the roadmap for our complex B2B project. He worked effectively and proactively with stakeholders at all levels, gave us invaluable advice, and significantly improved decision-making. Michael’s deep knowledge of the Ecommerce domain will benefit any company working on complex digital commerce implementation.
Product Owner, Wöhner GmbH & Co.KG
Defining functionality for an Ecommerce project is a complex and daunting task. When faced with a complex problem, I prefer to take a top-down approach
Let’s clarify Ecommerce vendors jargon
Headless, API first, microservices, composable, modular, composable, PBC (package business capabilities), head for headless. A mix of technical and business terms, confusing as hell.