As your digital commerce strategy is one of the most important initiatives you’re likely to implement, it’s worth going back to basics helps understand the type(s) of specialists you need to support you.
On the face of it, both B2C and B2B segments are after the same things. These include features such as
a user-friendly interface,
secure payment processing,
product catalogue management,
responsive design for various devices,
efficient checkout process.
content management systems (CMS), databases and analytics tools
Selecting your Perfect Digital Commerce Partner
Choosing a supplier based on track record in a different sector, doesn’t necessarily guarantee you success in yours.
However, there are some very key differences between the two environments. Recognising them is one of the first steps in understanding the type of 3rd party suppliers you’re going to need to help you.
Our handy guide helps with the key differences to help with making an informed choice.
With more than 10 years’ experience building digital commerce environments, DWS fully recognise the different challenges B2B organisations face compared with their B2C counterparts. By offering straight-forward, no-nonsense advice combined with an excellent customer service, they’re able to help you be more efficient and profitable in your eCommerce world.