A few weeks ago, I watched Jason Woosley on stage at the Adobe Summit reveal how Adobe was building on the $1.68B Magento acquisition by launching Adobe Commerce Cloud. One of the standout lines from the Summit was “Embedding commerce into the Adobe Experience Cloud with Magento enables Adobe to make every moment personal and every experience shoppable.”
Now a core part of Adobe Experience Cloud, Adobe Commerce Cloud (built on Magento Commerce) deeply integrates with Adobe Analytics Cloud, Adobe Marketing Cloud, and Adobe Advertising Cloud. Tailored to the needs of global B2C and B2B companies to support multiple brands, sites, and countries and to orchestrate commerce across every channel, Adobe Commerce Cloud provides a highly customizable and scalable end-to-end platform to manage, personalize and optimize the commerce experience across every touchpoint.
Jason Woosley is a seasoned technology executive with over 20 years of proven success building high-performance product development organizations at scale. I invited Jason onto my daily tech podcast to learn more about the plans for Adobe Commerce cloud, the future of commerce and what this means for businesses. We also discuss the opportunities and challenges ahead facing business leaders.
The Imagine event is also just around the corner and features a keynote by Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia and Chairman of VaynerX. Imagine started nine years ago with a grand vision: to connect the global e-commerce ecosystem. Today, it brings together 3,000+ e-commerce experts, including merchants, agencies, and technology providers across 50+ countries to inspire, advance, educate, collaborate, and enjoy a unique Magento experience. I will be covering Imagine on this podcast and Jason offers me a few pointers on what I can expect at the event.
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