What to Consider When Shopping for an eCommerce Platform for Microsoft Dynamics

Deciding to sell online can be stressful, especially if it’s your first time doing so. For businesses looking to launch a web store, there are not only multiple eCommerce platforms to evaluate, but also various options that go along with those. Options include different sales scenarios based on your business’s model, licensing models offered and how information from your database will be pushed to the web store. In this three part series, we break down each step and discover the pros and cons of each.

Check out the series, “What to Consider When Shopping for an eCommerce Platform for Microsoft Dynamics” –

Part 1: Business Models

Whether your business is business-to-consumer (B2C), business-to-business (B2B) or employee-to-business (E2B), making sure your software includes all the features to operate your company successfully is crucial.

Part 2: Types of Licensing Models

Deciding on how to host your web store is very important for multiple reasons. From security to maintenance, SaaS, on premise and open source eCommerce deployment options are based on how much time and resources you plan to invest.

Part 3: Types of Date Exchange

The last, but not least, step is choosing how you want the information from your database pushed to your web store. Integration does the work for you, while standalone has you managing two separate systems.

k-eCommerce specializes in integrated eCommerce platforms and can help make the process easier. An integrated web store by k-eCommerce provides simplified maintenance, on-premises or cloud deployment and responsive web design so your website functions properly on any device. If you’re considering an eCommerce store for your Microsoft Dynamics ERP, let our team show you all the benefits k-eCommerce offers.

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