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Posts Tagged ‘B2B ecommerce’

3 Ways to Expedite E-Commerce Fulfillment with Microsoft Dynamics ERP Integration

E-commerce fulfillment challenges continue to plague businesses of all sizes, despite many organizations’ best efforts to optimize their supply chain and expedite their current way of working. From inventory management to order entry to shipping, businesses (especially in B2B) continue to fall short of buyers’ expectations and —quite simply— aren’t getting products to their customers […]

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Addressing (and Overcoming) Distributors’ Top E-Commerce Objections

There is still quite a bit of friction when it comes to distributors embracing B2B’s shift toward e-commerce. Many want to stick to the status quo, or to maintain a traditional sales model in order to appease their sales team. But distributors who are still dragging their feet should make strides to keep up with […]

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Don’t Let Your Product Catalog Be the Web’s Best Kept Secret

You may have the hottest inventory on the web, but if your eCommerce solution doesn’t feature a rich product catalog to help you push it, you’re destined to remain the web’s “best-kept secret.” If you’re lucky, you’ve been to one of those restaurants where the best dishes aren’t on the menu. Drop the right name, […]

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One Simple Strategy Shift for Social Media Success

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. For B2C web stores, the ultimate mall metaphor is as close to literal as you can get: set up a Facebook store, launch […]

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Five Reasons Web Stores are The Future for B2B

eCommerce is everywhere and it’s never been easier to do business online. That’s true for Etsy artists and people selling artisanal soaps on Shopify but it’s also true for B2B organizations that never thought about setting up a web store. Our partners at k-eCommerce have a solution that integrates with Dynamics, which is why we’re […]

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ERP with eCommerce Integration – Mistakes People Make

Business systems and processes can no longer remain isolated and disparate; the need of the hour is to have an ecosystem of connected systems. ERP and eCommerce are two such systems which add more value when integrated with each other. ERP on one hand streamlines back end processes, eCommerce on other hand directly impacts your […]

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Drive your Sales with Magento Sales Portal

If you have employees or field representatives out on the road, they need a way to easily access information required to close deals without a lot of back and forth communication with back office, missed phone calls and misinformation. In this age of technology it is imperative for businesses like yours to provide your sales […]

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Reasons for Microsoft Dynamics ERP and eCommerce Integration

In our last blog, “ERP and eCommerce are Two Different Systems” we had tried to underscore the importance of investing time and effort to understand the complexity of integration and setting up your expectations accordingly. But before we get there, it is important for businesses to be convinced about the reasons for integration, why they […]

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ERP and eCommerce Are Two Different Systems

Businesses today are well aware of the benefits of having an eCommerce store and integrating it with their backend ERP system. Being in the business of eCommerce and integration for a long time we have witnessed many companies benefit greatly from eCommerce and integration and many companies struggle with it despite their best efforts. In […]

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Using E-Commerce as the Connector Between ERP Systems

As the e-commerce system becomes the principal interface to a company’s clients and business partners, its ability to integrate with internal back office systems such as the ERP and CRM becomes critical to having a single view of products, inventory, customers and partners. This ability to extend and integrate a broad range of diverse systems […]

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