B2B E-commerce Monthly: How to Get the Most out of the SaaS Implementation

26 July 2017 |

b2b ecommerce monthly

Our monthly roundup of fresh B2B e-commerce news and useful insights is back! Here is the list of topics you can find covered in today’s article:

  • e-commerce in Europe was worth €189 billion in 2015
  • digital wallets are changing retail commerce
  • ways to get the most out of the SaaS implementation
  • B2B businesses can keep client service strong during disasters
  • data security and successful IT security habits
  • 72% of UK consumers shop more if same-day delivery is possible
  • pros and cons of Saas platforms

E-commerce in Europe was worth €189 billion in 2015, states Ecommerce Europe. In the article, you will find information on tendencies of the europian e-commerce market, like popular payment methods,  delivery preferences, and cross-border e-commerce.

Until now, there has been a sharp separation between online and offline purchases. The development of these digital wallets have started to blur these lines. Explore the interview with Nicolas Dinh e how digital wallets are changing retail commerce.

Disasters happen and businesses need to be proactive about them. Jeff Blackey picked 3 advanced technology features that will help B2B businesses to keep client service strong during disasters and disruptions.

Check out the roundup from B2B News Network, where Brett Wilkins has compiled a selection of some articles about essential skills for data security pros, successful IT security habits, the “dirty dozen” leading cloud computing threats and more.

Despite the significant advantages of cloud-based systems, SaaS deployments don’t always go smoothly. Aaron Zeisler has identified 5 ways to get the most out of the SaaS implementation.

According to the research [pdf] from Stuart, 72% of UK consumers shop more if same-day delivery is possible. Check out the article for the details.

If you are thinking about integrating SaaS solution, examine the pros and cons of Saas platforms pointed out by Lori McDonald.

In case you are involved in any kind of e-Commerce B2B software business such as dropshipping, warehouse management, or order fulfilment software, consider integration with leading shopping carts via unified API. You can either schedule a сonsultation with an expert or register an account and test how integration with shopping carts will work for your business.

That is all for October. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact us. See you next month!