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B2B buyers expect the seamless, end-to-end ordering experience they get as consumers using ecommerce sites like Amazon. B2B is waking up to the need for intuitive UX–but there’s another complication: as you evaluate solutions, make sure your ecommerce store integrates to SAP for live, buyer-relevant data. Your customers need this real-time SAP data for account-level personalization like contract/quantity pricing, inventory availability, and more. Accuracy here can make or break the sale.
FREE case study: 150% sales growth with SAP ecommerce
If you’re relying on CSRs to type orders into SAP, you’re spending too much on order fulfillment. When you launch ecommerce integrated to SAP, you reduce or eliminate phone/fax/email orders. See how much you would save.
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In the age of Amazon, professional B2B buyers are starting to feel the friction of phone/fax/email ordering. You can eliminate that friction with SAP-integrated ecommerce. That’s exactly what Blount International did.
FREE case study: Blount International
B2B buyers will shift business to the competition if buying from you and managing their account is too difficult. Ecommerce integrated to SAP (customer dashboard included) gives them the live SAP data they need to make decisions–data like contract pricing, inventory, available to promise, specific warehouse availability, open invoices, order status, and much more. We map each and every customer to an SAP sold-to and pull relevant data straight from your ERP to create a personalized SAP commerce + customer dashboard experience. That’s why Corevist works for all types of B2B buyers:
- Procurement managers
- And many more
Need SAP ecommerce + account dashboard for internal use, too? Corevist Commerce gives your staff the exact access they need to place and modify orders on behalf of customers, including mapping internal ecommerce users to multiple SAP sold-to’s. Because our SAP commerce platform is fully integrated to your ERP, it meets the needs of all internal stakeholders:
- Customer Service–Ecommerce frees them from routine order entry.
- IT–SAP integrated ecommerce eliminates architecture headaches.
- Sales–Ecommerce empowers inside and outside sales to sell more and sell better.
- Marketing–Ecommerce gives you full control of branding, rich content, and cross-sell/upsell capabilities.