As we transition into the 2020s, it’s a good time to look back on how business has changed in the last decade. One of the biggest changes has been the rise of B2B eCommerce. B2B customers now expect the convenience of online self-service options… but have you kept pace with this change?
As a manufacturer, do you feel overworked? Stressed? Impossibly busy? Fiercely interested in more growth… but not sure where you’ll find the time to increase your volume? It sounds like you’re ready to discover the secret to getting more done with less work.
Manufacturing SMBs are feeling more pressure than ever to modernize their businesses so they can serve their customers’ growing tech demands. Full modernization requires an eCommerce integration, but traditional eCommerce is notorious for taking a lot of time to set up. Until now…
These days, many manufacturing businesses sell to both resellers and consumers, which complicates their supply chain relationships. Savvy manufacturers understand that they must adopt new strategies to handle these varying relationships, but only some manufacturers succeed with the strategies they choose. Here’s why.
Growth is the #1 sign that your business is successful, but too much growth, too fast, can be your #1 business killer. Prepare your company for lasting success when you choose a B2B eCommerce system that fully supports all your growth, all the time.
90 Minds, a member-only group of 200+ North America ERP consultants and solution providers, invited our own Pat Scherz to join them for a 15-minute interview on who's a good fit for CIMcloud, how we fit in with B2C solutions like Magento and Shopify, and what makes us different.
Considering the paperwork involved in running a B2B sales operation, you’ve probably already increased your headcount a few times just to keep up with sales and order processing. But, still, you find yourself running behind.
That’s your first big sign that it’s time for a change.
More than ever, mid-size businesses are dependant on sync tools and other software to allow the information in their ERP to be unlocked and used to power e-commerce, payment portals, and sales rep tools on their website.
This data is the backbone, if you will, of all the customer activity functions that now more than ever are taking place online.
If you’re depending on a website to do what it needs to do (which is a lot), you need to make sure that infrastructure is rock solid.
Do you sell B2B? Are you considering expanding into eCommerce? Hold up! Before you decide on your eCommerce platform, make sure you’re choosing a solution that provides 100% ERP + eCommerce integration. Here’s why that matters.