This podcast is all about B2B eCommerce. B2B is a different breed of eCommerce and it needs a different breed of Podcast. We get into the nitty-gritty of integrations, adoption, platforms, data and so much more regarding what makes B2B difficult to make successful for eCommerce! This podcast is hosted by Isaiah Bollinger and Timothy Peterson of https://trellis.co who can help you with all things B2B eCommerce.
Balancing The Technology & People In B2B eCommerce With Mike King
Mike King is the Director of Global B2C Commerce at Slalom, specializing in implementing highly robust and complex Salesforce solutions. In this episode, we discuss how to lay the groundwork to leverage eCommerce technology to empower power instead of letting people get in the way of what technology can do. Mike King has worked on multiple enterprise Salesforce Commerce Cloud implementations with a variety of agencies, implementing large eCommerce solutions, and has been at the intersection of technology and people for over a decade.
Eliminating Passwords & Improving Security With The CEO Of Stytch
Reed McGinley-Stempel spent a long time at payment startup Plaid and realized there was not a great solution to the challenges of passwords and the security risks they posed. He developed a new company Stytch that allows any company to use their technology to use other tools instead of passwords such as Magic links and tokens to reduce security implications of stolen passwords and massively increase conversions. It's a must-see technology you should consider for eCommerce!
2022 B2B eCommerce Trends & Changes In The Landscape
As we approach 2022 a lot has changed since Covid. Clearly, the buying process has moved more online for both B2C and B2B customers. Businesses need to develop a strong digital strategy to sell to other businesses online, especially in the distribution space or it might become too late. More and more experts on our podcast are making this clear to us. We talk about what to expect and how to think about moving into 2022 with B2B eCommerce.
The Time Is Now For B2B eCommerce Or It Will Be Too Late!
Andrew Johnson is a supply chain innovator and the CEO of Shelf Aware a modern fulfillment SaaS company to help distributors improve operations. Andrew Johnson has grown up in B2B his whole life with his family company. He sincerely believes that the time for eCommerce is now for B2B or it will become too late for many companies, especially smaller ones, to adapt to it in the future. His company Shelf Aware is an innovative new tool that can automate that buying process for in-person B2B sales, that can help companies find new angles into markets.
Helping Distributors Leverage eCommerce With Steven Javor Of Schneider Electric
Steven Javor is the Global eCommerce Director, North America, Energy Managment of Schneider Electric. He is currently focused on helping the 400 main distributors in North America improve their eCommerce to better sell Schneider Electric products. This can range from large sophisticated eCommerce companies to ones with almost no presence online. Steven talks about how it's so important distributors get better at eCommerce or they may become obsolete to their manufacturing partners.
Selling Across Many Digital Channels With Sean Donovan of MSA - The Safety Company
Sean Donovan is the Digital Channel Manager of Americas at MSA - The Safety Company. He is currently tasked with figuring out how to optimize eCommerce across their own website, marketplaces like Amazon and eBay as well as other channels like EDI and distribution. The balance of optimizing on all the new digital channels while also keeping legacy channels alive is a challenge Sean knows at a global level and can help other B2B companies learn from.
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Great perspectives on the complexities of B2B eCommerce
This show provides some great insights and perspectives around the complexities and challenges of B2B eCommerce with some great guests.