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.
Episode 109: David Bradley, Founder of Qpilot, and Master of Recurring Orders
David Bradley has a background in back office software such as ERP and other logistics-related software. He then went on to found Qpilot, which runs the most flexible product subscriptions and repeat delivery programs on the planet. We discuss how recurring deliveries or scheduled deliveries are a massive opportunity for B2B companies to improve their eCommerce experiences.
Episode 108: Jason Somerville (Founding Partner at GW Partners)
Jason Somerville is a 20-year eCommerce veteran and Founding Partner at GW Partners. We discuss all the challenges Jason has faced in eCommerce that has evolved from B2C to a more multichannel and B2B eCommerce format. We also discuss the investment landscape for brands and what brands can do to better set themselves up for investment and exit.
Episode 107: Nate Obray (President & Founder of OBV | CTO of ZAF | Advisor at Mobrium)
Nate Obray has three current roles, President and founder of OBV, CTO of ZAF, and as an advisor at Mobrium. Nate has a technical background but also has ventured into the business side as a founder and operator. Nate has deep experience in logistics, 3PL, and warehouse operations, all of which tie heavily to B2B eCommerce operations. We dive into the complexities of B2B eCommerce operations, especially as they pertain to logistics and technology.
Episode 106: Ryan Lee, Founder & Former CEO of Nautical Commerce
Ryan Lee founded Nautical Commerce to democratize marketplace technology. It turned out that most distribution and B2B businesses really were operating as marketplaces but without modern marketplace technology. Hence, Nautical has focused on enabling B2B companies to automate and modernize their business models with world-class technology. Previously marketplace technology was unnattainable for most B2B organizations, but today that is not the case.
Episode 105: Bill Mirabito, Partner at Chameleon Collective (Live In Boston!)
We did a special episode 105 live in Boston at our annual Digital Commerce Today event with guest Bill Mirabito. Bill is a partner at Chameleon Collective, and veteran in the eCommerce industry. We discuss why B2B eCommerce often lags behind B2C eCommerce and how companies can use modern tools like iPaaS and other technologies to catch up faster. Sales reps and technology departments need to come together to bring eCommerce to the forefront of legacy B2B organizations.
Episode 104: Rick Watson, Founder of RMW Commerce
Rick Watson is a commerce veteran with more than 20 years experience. He is both a consultant and analyst in the eCommerce industry. We cover many common reasons companies struggle with B2B eCommerce and what they can do to overcome those common themes we see over and over. Rick is an independent consultant and is especially adept at helping private equity-backed B2B companies get eCommerce right.
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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.