Google shows up to 10 results on the first page when someone searches for any specific keyword term. Read more about the benefits of ranking higher on google for any company. Written by John Vachalek, CEO of Webolutions.
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As more buying moves online, businesses must invest in an eCommerce platform that serves their customers. There are two ways you can set up your eCommerce site: Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C) - which one fits your online store the best? Explore more about each in this blog post!
There's no doubt that the pandemic shifted the way customers purchase items. B2B buyers have also turned to purchasing online more and more. Over the last few years, we've seen a massive push for B2B webstores to function much like a B2C store.
How do you know which eCommerce solution option is best for your business? We've created an eCommerce Decision Making Guide to help you on your quest of finding the right eCommerce platform for your business.
Dennis Bruce, VP of Sales attends the Communtiy Summit North America event!
Know what your options are when it comes to showing products and stock levels online.
Read more about Digital Transformation and learn how these 4 elements can help your business.
Learn more about the Order To Cash (OTC) process and the benefits of having an automated business.
Learn how to make the implementation process fast and easy with this quick read.
Part Two: Looking for a new eCommerce solution and wondering if you should Buy it or Build it? Here are some things to consider.
Part One: Looking for a new eCommerce solution and wondering if you should Buy it or Build it? Here are some things to consider.
Our Marketing lead, Jennifer Beasley, was able to attend the all day BBC virtual event, presented by The Channel Marketing Academy! She explains what she learned on that educational day in this blog post!
A well-synchronized ERP-eCommerce infrastructure increases the volume of parts your sales reps can sell, improving their ability to compete (and preventing them from going to your competitor).
ECommerce sales goals can be tricky to set and meet, particularly if you’re a B2B business with only a few years of online sales history. To ensure you set realistic and achievable eCommerce goals for 2019, here are some tips for getting started and measuring success throughout the new year.
Choosing a suitable eCommerce system that securely integrates with your ERP system and helps power your operations can prove difficult. Most eCommerce software providers, including Magento, Shopify, and BigCommerce, require expensive, custom-built integration/synchronization with your ERP system and use standard website templates that leave their customers’ websites looking identical.
Most online shoppers are multi-device users (tablets, desktops, laptops, and smartphones), but in 2015, using smartphones for search eclipsed the use of desktops; research indicates that over 50% of internet traffic is from mobile devices.
ERP, which stands for ‘enterprise resource planning,’ is the software businesses use to manage their daily activities. ERP systems link and define business processes, enabling a seamless flow of data; by combining data from multiple sources, ERP systems eliminate duplicate information and data re-entry errors to provide accurate and up-to-date information. ERP systems are essential for businesses of all sizes and in all industries.
When done right, your website can serve as a 24/7, always-on salesperson, managing information requests, qualifying leads, and converting leads to customers. When you create great content and add tools to automate repetitive sales tasks, your website can take over some of the heavy lifting, saving your human salespeople for where they’re needed in the field.
Many wholesale B2B manufacturers and distributors have a business model that allows them to sell directly to both consumers and wholesale distributors, and there are many options for setting up appropriate eCommerce webstores for both. This blog series focuses on three real companies operating in the B2B space with three very different ways of selling their products online.
Many wholesale B2B manufacturers and distributors have a product and business model that allows for selling both to consumers and wholesale distributors, and there are many ways to lay out a B2B webstore for companies that operate this way. This blog series focuses on three real companies operating in the B2B space with three very different ways of selling their products online.
The majority of our clients are manufacturers or distributors in the B2B space; depending on the client’s product and business model, there are many ways to approach the layout of their B2B webstore. This blog series focuses on three real companies operating in the B2B space with three very different ways of selling their products online.
Every online retailer is competing for consumers’ dollars and trying to make their brand stand out. No eCommerce site is perfect, especially when it first goes live, but as your site matures you should appear higher in the search results. If you’re not getting the business you want, assess the possible issues – often, the culprit is bad data hygiene.
A positive customer experience is critical for customer retention. According to a study conducted by customer experience pros Walker, customer experience will overtake price and product as a company’s key brand differentiator by 2020. To ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction, you need clear visibility into customer interactions, rapid response to customer questions, and an easy way to monitor escalations and customer service team performance.
Small and mid-sized businesses should be able to hold their own against their larger competitors when it comes to eCommerce, but sometimes simply building the website is cost-prohibitive, never mind integrating it with your existing ERP. Working with a major eCommerce software provider such as Magento, Shopify, or Big Commerce requires custom-built integration and synchronization with your ERP system, which means you might pay a lot more than you bargained for. (And that doesn’t even consider the cost of site design and SEO.)
Aggressively going after online market share is a Herculean task for any company, let alone small to mid-sized companies that can’t match the sizeable budgets or marketing teams of large corporations. Because of this, many smaller businesses don’t even bother trying to compete.
What happens after your customers place orders on your eCommerce website? Do you have a manual process wherein you print orders out and dig through your inventory before you can ship products to customers? Do you have issues with delayed shipments, out-of-stock inventory you weren’t aware of, or returns because of fulfillment errors?
B2B eCommerce sites can be powerful tools to improve search engine rankings. Here are several tips to help your online business rank higher in search results – and outrank the competition.
The typical marketing or ad agency doesn’t have the knowledge, staff, or technology to connect your eCommerce website to your existing ERP system.
Today’s B2B customers expect a B2C experience when they visit your eCommerce site. But deciding to sell to consumers in addition to your distributor network is a big leap with several considerations.
The research and advisory firm Frost & Sullivan predicts that by 2020, the B2B online market will reach twice the size of the B2C online market, generating revenues of $6.7 trillion. And, according to an Accenture study, 94% of B2B buyers currently conduct online research during the buying process.
Frost & Sullivan’s report, Future of B2B Online Retailing, indicates that B2B online sales will account for close to 27% of total manufacturing trade, which is likely to hit $25 trillion by 2020. Today’s B2B customers expect the same range of multi-channel purchasing options they experience as consumers. Your customers once pored over print catalogs or worked with sales reps to make their purchases; now, many of them start their sales journey on your website or via a search engine.
O’FALLON, IL, March 8th, 2021: Nomad eCommerce announces that Dennis Bruce has joined the organization as its new Vice President of Sales.
O’Fallon, Illinois: Nomad eCommerce announces their product is now live and published on the Microsoft AppSource and Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
Choosing a suitable eCommerce system that securely integrates with your ERP system and helps power your operations can prove difficult.
O’Fallon, Illinois: Sniperdyne announces the release of Nomad eCommerce integrated with Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Nomad eCommerce is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) eCommerce application that drives web commerce purchases through the company ERP and related systems.