5 Tips to Improve Your E-Commerce Website Design Effective e-commerce website design boosts conversions and helps contribute to your overall online success. However, if you're not the most creative person and don't have an in-house designer or a lot of time to spend on your design, you can still achieve a web store design that is optimised for conversions. In this blog post, I'll be sharing 5 easy tips that can help you improve your e-commerce customer experience (CE), content and website design.
As a wholesaler, distributor or manufacturer, you want customers to order from you. Not only that, but you also want them to continue ordering from you. How can you ensure that buyers choose your company during the B2B buying process? Is this even something you can influence? Fortunately, you can. Using statistics and insights from Sana's B2B Buying Process 2019 Report, this blog will explain how. Sana commissioned an independent research agency Sapio Research for this report. They asked them to investigate the expectations B2B buyers have across each phase of the B2B buying process and the study involved 560 professional buyers who purchase from wholesalers, distributors, and suppliers.
BrandX is an electronic store that sells its products in its various retail outlets and online. It has digitally transformed its business by building simplified integrated systems that make the entire Discover - Buy - Installation process seamless for its customers. Find out the secret sauce behind BrandX's customer experience.
As many of us wind down for the festive season, now is a great time to think about the maintenance of the systems your business relies on, and get organised for next year. Next year, we see new trends emerging including Evergreen updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365, so use the end of the year to ensure you are prepared for changes to come.
UAT (User Acceptance Testing) gives an organisation the chance to test its software (a new implementation, an upgrade or even a customisation) using both real-world examples and those people who will be using the software day to day. It is often the final stage of the implementation process; conducted to ensure that system requirements meet business needs and allowing for any issues to be fixed before the system goes live.
If you are wondering how you can achieve a 22% increase in service revenue and a 14% decrease in service costs, then the secret can be found in being obsessive in the flawless execution of these key components on your field service journey.