A positive impact on your e-commerce results
A composable commerce architecture can improve web performance. The modularity of the system makes it easy to add, remove, or even switch out, components without disrupting the overall functionality of the system. This means that businesses can optimize their e-commerce to improve performance and user experience, without having to make sweeping changes that could have a negative impact.
Not to mention, each micro-service can be chosen, or optimized, individually for performance. For example, implementing a PWA front-end can dramatically improve page load times, which in turn will drive conversions rates.
Composable architectures can also provide several benefits that could potentially lead to increased conversions, such as greater flexibility and adaptability to changing customer needs, faster deployment & iteration of new features, and better system performance and reliability.
However, the relationship between composable architecture and online conversion rates is not straightforward, and it would ultimately depend on how you implement and use the architecture. Other factors, such as the quality and relevance of your products or services, the effectiveness of your marketing and sales strategies, and the overall user experience of your website or application must also be taken into account.