Tomas Maza

As a Solution Architect, Tomas determines how to fulfill clients’ unique requirements in the Corevist application, making high-level architectural choices across SAP and the Corevist stack. Tomas brings 25+ years of SAP experience to the team, having worked as a consultant, ABAP developer, director of SD, and more at companies like Revlon, Dupont, Henkel, and others.

How to use SAP to restrict what your customers see on your B2B eCommerce site

April 21, 2016|Company News|

We hear it at every project initiation workshop. “You mean every customer will be able to see our ENTIRE material catalog??? We can’t let customer X know that we sell product Y to customer Z, that would create an awkward and difficult situation....” Almost every SAP customer has some materials they don’t want certain customers to know about. Take branded products for example. (“Why do you make an ACME labeled version but you won’t make one for my company?”) Or, maybe you keep in limited supply for just a handful of customers. Whatever the case, your company probably has materials in SAP you would prefer to keep hidden from some of your customers.

Why didn’t you tell me I needed this part?!?!?

April 7, 2016|Company News|

This is a direct quote from one of our clients: “If our B2B customers order porcelain tile online, and we don’t tell them that they need a specific tool or glue to install that product, they are going to be so mad at us.” According to Forrester Research, product recommendations (or cross selling) are responsible for an average of 10-30% of eCommerce site revenues. But on B2B websites, cross selling (or the lack of it) can drive so much more than revenue. It can help ensure customer satisfaction.

Real-time shipping in a B2B world

February 5, 2016|Company News|

Anyone who has shopped online (which these days is almost everyone) has certain expectations about how shipping is calculated. Namely, that it’s calculated immediately, so you know exactly how much shipping will cost when you click that “place order” button. Unfortunately, as with many other aspects of eCommerce, shipping is a lot more complicated with B2B orders...

Simplifying SAP material numbers for eCommerce users

December 21, 2015|Company News|

You can’t get around having SAP material numbers. That’s how SAP determines what product is being specified in its database during a business transaction. It has to be in the quote. It has to be in the order. It has to be on the invoice. It has to go all the way through the system. It has to be there. But, with the new product number enhancement for the Corevist eCommerce solution, you don’t ever have to worry about knowing what it is.

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