When facing problems with data flow, you are not able to meet the demands of your customers. Having an inefficient financial or accounting system influences the entire business, and this especially applies to the sales industry when an online store is not integrated with the warehouse. Integrating your systems is a great way for your business to remain competitive while ensuring the needs of your customers are being met first and foremost. If you would like to know more about how having your systems integrated can streamline your business, click here.
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The world of eCommerce has been growing for decades and has been focused on B2C. Small businesses, many of whom are 3rd party Resellers, launch an eCommerce website, and sell products to anyone. These eCommerce sites are relatively simple to manage and simplistic in the functionality offered – shop, checkout, purchase, track. Over the past … Read more
ePS, (eProcurement Services) a Michigan-based eMarketplace cloud solution provider, has announced it has established a $1 million funding program to help National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) members with their digital transformation. “Nationally, many of our minority small businesses have suffered severe financial issues because of the COVID-19 shutdown. According to McKinsey & Co., the … Read more
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., August 6, 2020 – Small businesses have found that not only is the digital transformation of their companies vital to their future, but in a COVID world the demand from business buyers has increased dramatically. For minority small businesses, which are growing 10 times faster than non-minority businesses, future growth, and survival during a pandemic is dependent on eCommerce Marketplace capabilities and integration to eProcurement platforms.