Increasing Conversions On Adobe Experience Manager with E-Commerce, E-Services, and Custom Application Integrations

Adobe Experience Manager has been an extremely successful Digital Experience Management platform. Many leading brands have embraced the Adobe Marketing Cloud vision. As AEM implementations mature, they provide a source of best practices and lessons learned that digital marketers should pay attention to.

Adobe’s own set of best practices and out-of-the-box integrations permeate different elements of the Adobe Marketing Could. However, the Adobe product portfolio doesn’t include all of the tools digital marketers need. Some common examples of missing services include E-commerce, CRM, Product Information Management, Customer Communications Management, and standalone Digital Asset Management platforms.

It’s the integration between AEM and third-party platforms, as well as custom e-Business applications, that often proves problematic. This white paper from TBSCG provides recommendations, and best practices, for integration scenarios that existing and new AEM customers can benefit from.

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TBSCG is a global System Integrator and a Managed Service Provider that turns ideas into results by the means of digital marketing technology. The company provides a 360° approach to technology strategy, system integration, software implementation, and omnichannel strategy execution. TBSCG also offers high availability hosting at unbeatable cost. The company’s partners with Adobe, OpenText, HP, ADAM Software and has worked for Hilton, LEGO, Nikon, American Airlines, Steinway&Sons, Arla Foods, Herbalife, Bobcat, Shell, AXA, ING, SONY, Novo Nordisk, and Transamerica.