There are various reasons why companies should connect their ERP to their e-commerce platform. A primary advantage is that pricing and inventory information will be available to your in-house team and your customers in real-time.
Managing large e-commerce projects, such as the launch of an online-store or the implementation of new channels of distribution, can be quite challenging – especially, if a company cannot rely on experienced project managers and appropriate tools.
Traditionally, e-commerce projects take longer than expected, cost more than projected and require more features than initially planned. Sound project management from an experienced team and a clever Software as a Service (SaaS) solution will shorten the project timeline.
E-Commerce is a complex endeavor – the right team will help your business grow digitally and increase sales. But who should be in your e-commerce team?
Digital retail demands from online business to deliver more products to more consumers in less time. Warehouse management systems (WMS) help orchestrate and optimize the process across the supply chain.
Technology in general – and for e-commerce in particular – has been evolving so fast that many businesses haven’t been able to keep up with the changes. Since businesses that drive technology will own the e-retail channels of the future, it is essential that retailers uncover their needs and adjust their technological setup.
A proper order management system (OMS) is key for succesful omni channel retail. With a robust and flexible OMS you can increase sales and control your costs at the same time.
These days, e-commerce processes become increasingly complex and thus, costlier. A solution for many e-retailers is so-called software-as-a-service (SaaS). Because SaaS technology eliminates the need for individual companies to buy and manage expensive IT infrastructure or application software, they can save time and money.
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More and more shoppers buy online – marketplaces in particular are predicted to increase their growth (from USD 19 billion in 2017 to USD 40 billion in 2022, Source: Juniper Research).