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Big Agnes, a manufacturer of high-end camping gear and apparel, relied on NetSuite to run key aspects of its business including ERP, CRM, inventory and order management. However, their ecommerce system, a home-grown solution, remained siloed from their NetSuite back-end. This demanded valuable time and effort from their team to maintain, and also inhibited their company’s vision of showcasing their brand story and connecting with their customers online.
Read why Big Agnes chose to complete their suite with NetSuite’s SuiteCommerce Advanced and see the tangible benefits they have seen as a result.
The Cloud continues to hang over the business computing landscape like, well, a cloud. Public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS—all of it makes for a confusing alphabet soup for even the most experienced industry observers and IT pros.
And, as longstanding technology firms look for ways to get into the market and new entrants emerge, creating new terminology, claiming firsts and generally obfuscating the entire landscape, it only promises to get more confusing for technology buyers seeking a cost effective, scalable and agile solution for their needs. This paper serves to provide some clarity around the different flavors of cloud and a detailed explanation of why multi-tenant SaaS offers the greatest combination of value, agility and scalability.
With NetSuite running your core business processes, you are experiencing first-hand the power of a single, unified cloud-based platform. But what about your ecommerce system? In today’s digital world, a business can barely survive, let alone thrive, without an engaging online experience. Whether you use a custom-built system siloed from your NetSuite back-end, or license an off-the-shelf ecommerce solution manually integrated with NetSuite, you have the ability to join industry leaders who are turning to NetSuite’s ecommerce solution, SuiteCommerce, to improve their customers’ online experience, drive more revenue and improve overall business performance.
Learn why POS Supply Solutions, a distributor of point of sale and transaction supplies and an early adopter of NetSuite for ERP and Site Builder, chose to change their ecommerce platform from Magento to NetSuite's SuiteCommerce Advanced to help meet the growing expectations of their online B2B buyer's expectations.
Understand how consistent, timely, relevant and personalized experiences are enabled by having the right technology foundation.
A Forrester Consulting study, commissioned by NetSuite, reveals that in integrated ecommerce solutions show major benefits to midmarket firms.
As we look to the next evolution in technology, there is a clear case to be made that customer relationship management (CRM) systems will logically converge with the ecommerce platform.
Going Beyond Online Purchasing
Download this ebook to learn about the key features and functionality of NetSuite's B2B ecommerce solution.
Build Your Business Around Your Customers, Not Channels
Download this paper to learn why the future of commerce belongs to companies that can capitalize on the potential of technology to serve their customer better and orient around them.
Understand the evolution of ecommerce in wholesale distribution and how essential it is for distributors to take full advantage of the ecommerce channel in order to meet the needs and expectations of their customers.
This report, based on a survey of more than 200 U.S. companies in the manufacturing, wholesale distribution and retail sectors, discusses the opportunities and challenges around order management.
For both B2B and B2C businesses, the world of commerce is changing fast. The rapid proliferation of smart devices, the emergence of new platforms and global access to real-time connectivity is transforming how businesses sell—and how customers buy. Learn how GoPro, ESET and Magellan are using these connected technologies to transform their businesses.
While ecommerce has the advantage of using the latest technology platforms, online businesses often lag when it comes to making data-driven decisions to drive merchandising, marketing and ultimately profitability. A comprehensive understanding of customer data as well as inventory status, item costs, sales trends and product demand is critical to creating a strategy for ecommerce profitability.