We can all agree that eCommerce is a booming business. In fact, it is predicted that the amount of customers browsing and buying online will reach 270 million by the year 2020. Prospective entrepreneurs can fulfill their dreams of opening an online store for a lesser cost of what it takes to construct a brick and mortar store.
So, which eCommerce platform should you choose to set up your online store?
ecommerce on a budget,
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managing ecommerce store,
If you are familiar with CRM software, hopefully you have reaped the benefits of its role within a sales department. However, as useful as this application is, there are numerous processes that CRM software cannot do on its own and all the responsibility is put on sales professionals. Fortunately, automation can relieve sales of certain processes that otherwise take up too much time to perform manually.
customer relationship management,
Implementing quality credit control procedures are vital to a company’s ability to keep track of their cash flow. However, whenever there is human intervention involved with any kind of data entry, there are bound to be mistakes, delays and unexpected occurrences which we discussed in a previous post.
In part 1 and part 2 of this blog series, we discussed the process of executing an integration project between an ERP and an eCommerce store and how it differentiated from a CRM and Marketing Automation integration. The point of this series is to emphasize that Integration projects differ by software, company and business processes and specialist integrations such as with Concur, ZenDesk or TrackTraceRx are unique integration projects in and of themselves.
Business Process Management,
In the first part of our integration series, we discussed the approaches taken to integrate between an ERP system and an eCommerce store. This week, we will dive into the procedure of integrating a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Marketing Automation (MA) system.
In this first part of our integration series, we are going to discuss the approach we take for an integration project between an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and eCommerce store.
SAP Business One,
Microsoft Dynamics NAV,
Ecommerce ERP Integration,
Microsoft Dynamics AX