Corevist’s Magento Imagine 2017 Trip Report

At Corevist, we were delighted to attend Magento Imagine 2017. We connected with numerous people in the Magento ecosystem. We learned a lot about the challenges that the Magento community is tackling, and we were able to talk to people about the Corevist solution that connects Magento to SAP.

I interviewed Ariel Mordetsky, our Director of Sales; and Noah Scribner, our Magento Practice Manager, on their experience at Imagine 2017.

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FullStory Analytics: Searchable Session Replay for SAP B2B eCommerce

At Corevist, we operate on a continuous improvement model. We’re constantly researching (and implementing) new features that take our SAP eCommerce solution to the next level. Our goal is to increase the value of our product for our clients.

To that end, we’re proud to announce that we’ve implemented FullStory analytics on every Corevist-powered website. In this post, we’ll talk about how we got to this point; what FullStory means for you, and for us; and what it means for customer privacy. (Don’t worry, it’s all good news!)

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Marketing Free Samples and Upselling in B2B eCommerce

Learning from B2C—and increasing basket size in the process!

If you’ve ever ordered products online from a company like Nordstroms, you know you can pick up 3-4 free samples at checkout. While we’re all used to this type of promotional experience in the B2C sector, we’re just beginning to see it applied to SAP eCommerce in the B2B world. It’s a brilliant way to introduce customers to new products that they might never see otherwise—and who says no to free?

At Corevist, we use the same underlying technology in SAP to enable upselling for our clients. We can suggest related products at checkout based on what the user has in her basket. This has numerous possible applications in the world of B2B eCommerce.

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The Kimono Effect: Exposing SAP for eCommerce

Editor’s note: This post first appeared on Corevist’s original website, B2B2dot0, in 2009. We’ve merged this post with its followup and republished them here. While several years have passed since the original posts came out, the message is even more relevant today.

“If We are Going to Open Our Kimono…

…we had better look good!” proclaimed Tomo Razmilovic, the President of Symbol Technologies in late 1999, as he challenged his management team to expose their SAP system to their customers over the web.

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Multiple Line Items from Multiple Warehouses in SAP eCommerce

Your customers have one question: When will I get the product?

When it comes to SAP eCommerce, customers want to know one thing: “When will I get the product?” For manufacturers with only one warehouse, this is a fairly simple question to answer. But add multiple warehouses into the mix, and you get a whole lot of complexity. 

Even with multiple warehouses, everything is fine and dandy when the product is available and ready to ship immediately. But when the manufacturer has no clue, that’s an absolute nightmare—both for the customer’s immediate need, and for the customer’s future opinion of your business.

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SAP eCommerce with Corevist: A Cool and Secure Solution

At Corevist, we pay careful attention to a client’s pain points as we design and implement an SAP eCommerce solution. While every client is different, there’s one big, scary question that almost everyone asks.

“Is your solution secure?”

If you haven’t already guessed it, this is a very scary question for a prospect to ask a SaaS salesperson. But we’re used to it. We get inundated with questions like:

“How many ISP pipes are in your data center?”

“What type and version of firewall do you have?”

“What are you using for intrusion detection?”

“What is your disaster recovery plan? Oh, and I need the supporting documentation.”

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There is no They at Corevist

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8 Reasons Why Single Sign On is Great for SAP B2B eCommerce

Single Sign On (SSO) is a web technology that allows users to access a group of related but independent software systems. Rather than requiring a unique username and password at the login portal for each application, SSO grants access to all related systems from a single login portal, using a single username and password.

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Goodbye Bank. Your New Software Sucks.

Banks are a commodity.  Their core business is to manage deposits, make loans and manage the spread between them.  They perform these activities under careful scrutiny and regulation by the Federal Government.  Banks primarily compete on price and service.  Price isn’t much of a differentiator because how much difference is there really between 0.95% and 1.1% interest on your money market fund?  It really is all about convenience.  Do they have a branch in your favorite supermarket.  Do they give toasters if you open a new account? How’s their online software? Read more