With flexible payment options rapidly catching on with consumers, B2B sellers must recognize the need to stretch beyond traditional payment methods. Offering modern payment choices and meeting buyer expectations is easier than you think and will ultimately have a positive impact on your conversions.
Any time we begin work on a new project for a client, one of the questions we get asked about the most is "How long will it take?". It's a tricky but important question to answer, so we’d like to share some details on how our own software development process helps our clients meet their goals.
B2B eCommerce differs from B2C in several key ways, both in best practices and challenges to overcome. But with so much value tied up in B2B transactions, eCommerce companies have more at stake—and need to approach their business challenges with care.
How can a business structure its website to appeal to picky B2B buyers? As with all aspects of website design, the answer comes back to the UX. Companies hoping to win the business of B2B shoppers need to make sure their eCommerce experience is cultivated to promote information delivery, simplicity, and efficiency.
Slatwall Commerce recently sponsored and led a roundtable discussion at the B2B Online conference in Chicago, hosted by Worldwide Business Research! We had the opportunity to network with business leaders and marketing experts, while leading two roundtable sessions.
Payment processing used to be simple, but these days, customers have high expectations for their vendors across both the B2C and B2B spaces. In particular, B2B retailers face unique challenges in how they adapt their payment processing strategies to align with consumer demand.
The eCommerce shopping experience relies on a tight alignment between your messaging and your target audience. If you’re interested in pushing your eCommerce ROI to the next level, you’ll need to tailor your web experience to the unique characteristics of your market.
B2B shoppers take a focused approach to the purchasing process that requires a little more attention from service providers. With a longer sales cycle that heavily emphasizes information delivery, companies can improve their B2B outreach with a few simple changes to their website and eCommerce platform design.
Slatwall Commerce is a sponsor of the leading digital conference for manufacturers and distributors this spring in Chicago.
Taking your product catalog from print to digital will add a critical and powerful component to your B2B marketing strategy.
Defining a clear minimum viable product (MVP) scope early on can cut down on time, expense and risk when building an eCommerce website.
Outsourced eCommerce solutions are safe, cost-effective, and future-proof. Moreover, they’re the answer that your clients want you to seek. Read the top 4 reasons why you should outsource your eCommerce platform.
Slatwall Commerce is sponsoring B2B Online Miami, the leading digital conference for manufacturers and distributors, and we would like to see you there!
Ask business owners what eCommerce means to them, and you’ll often hear a lot of assumptions about websites, shopping carts, and shipping options. But there’s something else we refer to as “light eCommerce,” and it’s a great option for businesses who want to dip their toe in the water but might not be ready to embrace the full eCommerce experience.
When it comes to choosing a platform to suit your eCommerce needs, the options available can be overwhelming. Here we break down some of the misconceptions as well as advantages for going with a hosted eCommerce platform.