Merchandisers and marketers can manage buying experiences across websites, mobile apps, and other digital sales channels (heads) from a single content management system.
Design and develop components in your preferred frontend coding language. These are the building blocks that merchandisers and marketers use to create pages for products, promotions, and campaigns.
You’ve built a powerful e-commerce backend to support the future of commerce within your organization. fabric XM brings this technology to life on the frontend with a headless e-commerce CMS.
Separate the presentation layer (head) from your commerce backend to scale experience management.
Utilize any frontend framework such as React, Angular, and Vue to build reusable design components.
Create, update, schedule, and publish pages for your campaigns. Revert to previous versions if needed.
Manage multi-site, multi-brand, and multi-channel content syndication.
Publish content with confidence with a live preview (WYSIWYG) visual experience.
Optimize page titles, meta descriptions, and image alternate text with simple configurations.
Business users like marketers and merchandisers discuss with designers and developers the type of experience they want to build for a single channel or multiple channels. After the designer proposes a solution and business users sign off, the developer creates reusable components inside fabric XM. These components can be used and reused by business users when creating new pages for various channels. To create a page, no coding is required.
No. You can use any custom or third-party commerce services you like. fabric believes in modularity and breaking down monolithic platforms. In the spirit of this, you can incorporate data from distinct modules (i.e. third-party SaaS) into the experience. Pull data from anywhere into fabric XM.
People browse multiple channels before buying a product and expect consistent experiences across these channels. With fabric XM, business users can build experiences to support omnichannel commerce. Developers can also implement agile design by creating reusable design components and using one set of data and APIs for every channel.