Published By: Cloud Blue
Published Date: Jul 20, 2018
Digital-native enterprises are first to accelerate cloud commerce business. IDC explains how cloud platforms like CloudBlue are key to evolving business models and architecture to scale operations and innovate faster than traditional businesses in preparation for the Future of Commerce.
"Agility, customer experience and headless commerce are key features in the next wave of digital commerce platforms, as application leaders guiding B2C, B2B and B2B2C organizations try to keep pace with the digital economy. Read this report to learn:
- Key findings and recommendations for digital commerce and application technology leaders
- Critical capalities for a modern digital commerce platform
- Evaluation and rating of 21 digital commerce vendors"
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Sep 25, 2017
Today, SAP’s solution portfolio looks very different and addresses different business needs than the SAP of a few years ago. Instead of primarily managing back-office enterprise resource planning (ERP) processes such as finance and the supply chain, SAP is evolving into a new type of software company that’s poised to enable digital business. Numerous acquisitions — including leading eCommerce solution hybris and cloud solutions Ariba, Concur, and SuccessFactors — and a new platform strategy based on SAP Hana, an in-memory computing solution, mean that the SAP core is positioned to support real-time digital business in the era of connected everything.
Our inclusion criteria for this Magic Quadrant emphasize the financial wherewithal of the digital commerce vendors as well as the robustness of their digital commerce platforms, most of which enable large volumes of buying transactions and significant levels of digital commerce GMV revenue. Many platforms support the needs of multiple industries and multiple regions, if not offer global support.
Read Gartner Inc.'s latest report on Digital Commerce solution providers and learn how IBM's capabilities, strategies, strengths and challenges stack up against others. Understand the key capabilities of a digital commerce solution, and learn why IBM is cited as a leader.
Published By: Infosys
Published Date: May 21, 2018
Our client was something of a niche retail brand - with an enormous heritage and reputation, yet in order to exploit the opportunities in an increasingly online world, they needed to embark on a digitization journey.
The digitization program was extensive and touched many parts of the company operations. Already drawn up was a high-level list of 20 different areas that would put the brand firmly on it digital transformation journey. At the top of the list was perhaps the most business-critical project of all - updating the e-commerce platform - and that is where we began.
Published By: Magento
Published Date: Feb 15, 2018
This is a great opportunity to discuss the critical aspects of what makes B2B eCommerce successful. Join Magento Commerce, Magento Solution Partner, Monsoon Consulting, and leading UK supplier and industry leader in B2B online sales, Brymec, for The Anatomy of B2B Success webinar.
In this webinar, Peter Sheldon shares how digital transformation is driving B2B online sales growth and provide tips on current eCommerce executive thinking. Guy Hewison and Russell Schlaudraff from Brymec share how they are delivering the ‘future of online ordering.’
If you are serious about growing your B2B eCommerce, discover:
What's driving the move to online ordering and self service in B2B
The importance of understanding who your customers’ buyer really is
The common challenges and pitfalls B2B companies face with implementations
Advice from Brymec for sourcing a B2B eCommerce platform
Tactics for growing online sales and providing a better customer experience
The Issue: The Content and Commerce Divide
Commerce and digital marketing teams tell a familiar story. The commerce team launches an online store on a commerce platform. Commerce and IT focus on the platform and evolve it as the online business grows—focusing on basics such as PCI compliance and product information and expand-ing to more complex integrations. Now they want to add content, such as reviews and engaging media, that will inform and guide shoppers.
Meanwhile, the digital marketing team regards the online store as a missed branding and engagement opportunity and tries to jump in and contribute only to find that the system can’t meet their needs. So marketing goes outside to a digital agency, pays for a separate microsite, and takes their creative production needs elsewhere. And thus a classic divide is formed.
Download the Forrester Report to learn the impact of integrated and personalized commerce experiences.