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  • Full Speed to Next: SuiteWorld Reveals the Future for Manufacturers and Distributors

    Faster time to market, a need for rapid implementations and the shift to omnichannel are just a few of the things NetSuite is helping manufacturers and wholesale distributors account for and adapt to. All three took center stage at the industry-specific keynote address at the annual SuiteWorld 2017 conference recently. Indeed, rapid change is a significant hurdle for all companies in the space. 

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    NetSuite Adds More Features Across Billing, Global, Ecommerce and Deeper Verticals

    Sue Vestri, CFO of Greenphire, a company that provides reimbursement and other financial services for pharmaceutical companies running clinical trials, has been a NetSuite customer at three different companies over nine years.

    That lengthy and varied experience gave her some perspective on NetSuite’s growth.

  • Building a Unified Commerce Strategy

    B2B companies are looking for ways to develop their ecommerce experience to meet the demands and expectations of today’s customer. The B2B buyers of today have become accustomed to buying products through the mature online marketplaces, and as a result, have started to expect more from B2B websites. To meet these expectations, unified commerce should not be looked at as just a function – but an extension of your business.

  • The Duck Store Pioneers the Way to a Unified Cloud Platform

    Collegiate retail is experiencing disruption to its long-established business practices as campus stores are increasingly having to compete with startups and Amazon on merchandise sales and textbook rentals.Despite the changing industry, The Duck Store wanted to continue its tradition of serving the University of Oregon Duck fans for generations to come. 

  • Retail Trends in 2017: The Year of Evolution

    The coming year once again promises challenges and change across the retail sector. Yet, where those previous challenges were often met with technological advances or new approaches to consumer interactions, the best way for retailers to confront the trends of 2017 is with a close evaluation of their foundation. This involves consolidating their core systems and initiating a one-system approach.

  • Best Practices When Evaluating a New Ecommerce Solution

    Most businesses, no matter how big or small, have some type of online presence in today’s digital world. But as the ecommerce landscape continues to change, many companies are realizing their systems running their business have become outdated, and can no longer effectively support their business or customer expectations for consistent and relevant experiences across touchpoints.

  • Top 10 Most Popular Ecommerce Blogs

    As 2016 comes to a close, it’s essential to look back at what you’ve done over the last year to keep your ecommerce business competitive. What worked? What didn’t? What could you improve next year? For both B2C and B2B ecommerce, we saw a lot of discussion this year around unified commerce and omnichannel customer experiences – just to name a few.

  • Retail War Stories Part 3: Inconsistent In-store and Ecommerce Customer Experiences

    Men’s apparel is one of the fastest growing segments in retail, with studies consistently showing that sales growth has eclipsed that of women’s apparel. It’s a wave that continues to gain momentum, and one that a privately-held, New York-based branded manufacturer which specializes in high-end men’s apparel is poised to ride – if only its systems didn’t continue to hold it back.

  • Cubs Win Creates Unprecedented Orders, Online Traffic for Wrigleyville Sports

    When Kris Bryant fielded Michael Martinez’s short chopper down the third base line and threw it to first base, securing the first World Series championship for the Chicago Cubs in 108 years, Eric Castellucci, a lifelong fan, was at home trading texts, emails and group chats with coworkers.