“I don’t create companies for the sake of creating companies, but to get things done.” -Elon Musk
Certainly, when the B2B customers surf through your website, they want dual tasks to please them instantly and simultaneously. This dual task means that improved functionality than ever and best of best user experience.
No one solution can ever get you all that you want, however it is much essential to describe each one project quite briefly and then depending upon the ratio of size you should determine which project or which solution suits your business.
Below is a list of steps that will help you choose the right B2B eCommerce platform in a synchronized way, these steps can help you mitigate the risks of getting doomed in a business profession of E-commerce;
· Selection Process
The best ecommerce business website is the one which knows the internal strategy of their website, coordination needs and a number of resources required for their website before setting out for a selection process.
· Specification of requirements
First understand your requirements and then specify your requirements in a manner that explain what you want and what do you expect.
· Develop a demo
Demonstrate the features of your products that you know or have come through during a scrutiny. A good representative demo helps in illustrating the right picture that whether the particular product is essential and is the right solution or not.
· Documentation in the form of RFP
RFP i.e. request for proposal is essential as all the vendors involved are equally treated and equally made accountable. RFP is not mandatory it is definitely optional. In addition to it, RFP displays the right features without missing any legitimate feature.
· RFP and responses
Your first few sellers and vendors are the right choice. Send your RFP’s to them. And ask them to represent these proposals in the form of a particular format which is chosen by you. In this way, the responses can be assessed and nourished.
· Understanding the business and its requirements
The results provided by these vendors are then assessed thoroughly. The conclusion obtained helps to determine whether the vendors have understood your business essential and the functionalities of your business or not.
“The reason it seems that price is all your customers care about is that you haven’t given them anything else to care about.” (Seth Godin)
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