B2B shopping has, traditionally, been slower to change than B2C. But don’t let this trend fool you. B2B buyers are embracing digital ordering like never before, and retailers need to ensure they’re providing the type of first-rate eCommerce experience that these savvy shoppers expect.
As part of our ongoing efforts to make Slatwall Commerce as easy to use as possible, more enhancements have just been added to our API endpoints.
The second rundown in our series of common B2B eCommerce mistakes involves product gaps. How can B2B companies set up their eCommerce storefronts to ensure that customers’ shopping experiences align with their expectations? Addressing product gaps through smarter eCommerce architecture is the answer.
B2B eCommerce is growing fast, and it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. With so many trends, platforms, and strategies out there, how can B2B sellers be sure they’re designing their storefronts the right way? In our experience, many of them struggle with the same issues – in this six-part series, we’ll outline each of these mistakes along with a plan for how to fix them.
Does your B2B company have the flexibility it needs to deliver first-rate customer experiences? If not, poor platform integration may be to blame. Learn more about the importance and benefits of tight integration between your eCommerce platform and ERP.
If you're confused about the real differences between a headless CMS and a traditional CMS, this article is for you. Here, our partner, Amplience, takes a no-nonsense approach to defining each, their benefits, and who they are for.
Integrating eCommerce and ERP software can set your team up for long-term success by increasing efficiency, opening new revenue streams, and boosting profits. Here we cover key questions you must consider to ensure success as well as actionable steps for getting started.
If you're going to launch subscription commerce, don't let your platform control how you sell.
Headless commerce continues to gain traction as an emerging technology and will likely become a widely adopted approach by businesses looking for a modern eCommerce solution in 2021. Here are some of our thoughts about what’s next for headless commerce architecture.
A well-built, integrated customer portal in your B2B Distributor eCommerce storefront can transform customer service challenges into opportunities.
Personalizing an eCommerce site experience has a big impact on customer satisfaction, conversion rate, and average order value.
2020 was a difficult year for many and presented some unique challenges, but also opportunities, in the world of eCommerce. For the last several years, the commerce platform industry has gone through quite a bit of change in how those platforms are offered to customers. The pandemic has only accelerated the need for modern technology to facilitate a business's ability to offer differentiated experiences for their customers and improve speed to market.
Following a year of growth, we're thrilled to announce that Slatwall Commerce is now its own company! Slatwall Inc. was launched earlier this year with the goal of developing and growing its headless commerce software and supporting Slatwall Commerce clients and partners worldwide.
Selling subscriptions is much different than selling single items, which means there are probably a few things you’ve overlooked. Before starting a subscription service, be prepared for these four things you may be missing.
Customer messaging is an important part of attracting – and retaining – subscription commerce customers. It’s a crucial aspect of customer lifecycle management for eCommerce that many companies don’t put much thought into. But as we’ll review, this is a mistake. When handled correctly, your messaging strategy is a powerful tool for customer engagement.