The b2b2dot0 Agile Implementation Methodology results in a remarkably short project implementation timeline. A typical project can often go live within eight weeks after initial focus group testing of a working prototype of your eCommerce site. Bayer said, “Once the first phase of your SAP solution-integrated eCommerce site goes live, you will immediately begin realizing savings that you can use to underwrite successive phases of the b2b2dot0 eCommerce solution. Even if your system isn’t ready for prime time, we can help you extend the immediate benefits of SAP solution-integrated eCommerce to selected customers while you work behind the scenes to improve your sell-side data integrity.”
b2b2dot0 offers a real time SaaS eCommerce solution that reduces costs, labor, risk, and Days Sales Outstanding by extending SAP data and business processes to the online ordering process. B2B buyers get accurate, real time, and personalized information as well as online access to official order documents. Buyers are empowered to make accurate business decisions in a self-service mode, and accounts payable roles can utilize the Web AR solution to apply credits and pay open invoices online.
Magento and b2b2dot0
Magento is a powerful open-source eCommerce platform that manufacturers can use to build and run online stores. It offers manufacturers the ability to easily create customized eCommerce experiences for their buyers, and enables companies to market their products to a variety of audiences. Integrating Magento with b2b2dot0′s SAP-integrated service, manufacturers can create a web sales channel focused on their largest revenue source that rivals those of consumer-oriented sites.
Focusing on Core Competencies
Bayer also noted that, “All of our clients have made a conscious decision to focus on their core competencies...manufacturing...and the support thereof. They do not want to become eCommerce technology gurus.” The "modern day" IT Executive is more concerned with delivering real value to their customers and maintaining organizational agility than growing the number of software developers in their organization.
Sam Bayer, CEO