Global B2B ecommerce sales are slated to break $4.88 trillion by 2021, with mobile sales alone accounting for $2.32 trillion. So it comes as no surprise that over 90% of North American B2B executives consider ecommerce crucial to their strategic positioning and long-term success.
Rapid, tremendous growth is happening in every niche and industry. But securing the greatest possible share of that growth requires a carefully thought-out B2B ecommerce investment. Executives considering an online channel must navigate a wide range of options to find an efficient solution adaptable to their business needs.
This article on e-commerce and B2B sales was originally featured in ERP SoftwareBlog. You can read the original article here. E-commerce has changed the face of B2B sales. B2B companies are increasingly adopting online channels as at least an element of their overall business strategy, while a sizable majority of B2B executives consider B2B e-commerce critical to … Continue reading Integrated E-Commerce as the New Face of B2B Sales
B2B ecommerce is exploding. A majority of the B2B companies who do not already have an ecommerce web site plan to launch one within the next two years. And global B2B ecommerce sales are expected to overtake B2C sales by 2020.
For most companies, then, it’s not so much a question of if as of when. But just as different industries and businesses have different needs, even the different B2B decision makers within a given company have different ecommerce requirements.
k-eCommerce Payment Portal is fully integrated to Microsoft Dynamics GP. It works in exactly the same way as web store integration. When you add invoices to your ERP, they sync automatically to Payment Portal. When customers make an online payment, the payment syncs right back to Dynamics GP. Automating the process like this eliminates the need for manual entry, ensuring accuracy and speed for every transaction.
Don’t downsize your customer support team yet. E-commerce customer service is a critical element of doing business online. Here are 4 ways that excellent customer service can take your e-commerce venture to the next level.
E-commerce is an achievable goal for any business with a product or service to sell. It helps companies lower their costs, grow their sales, and optimize their customer experience.
And yet incredibly, a large number of business owners still feel unwilling to venture an online channel. Having talked with many small-to-medium business owners over the years, we’ve learned that their objections usually come down to one of the following for e-commerce myths.
k-eCommerce version 20181201 has brought some exciting new changes to Marketplace Integration!
k-eCommerce Marketplace Integration lets you connect your k-eCommerce web store to Amazon, eBay, or both, and harness the selling power of these e-commerce giants as new online channels that synchronize order, customer, product and price data with your ERP.
Jumping into a B2B e-commerce solution for your business is an important step in 2018. Like any arena, trends are plenty and here are some critical ones to keep an eye on.
Whether you’re already an online business owner or you’ve just been thinking about opening a web store, any serious e-commerce selling strategy needs to give some thought to Amazon and eBay.
Imagine the world’s largest shopping mall, with hundreds of millions of customers from all over the world strolling the mezzanine 24 hours a day, all year round. Better known as social media.