Mobile Commerce for B2B

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Mar 31, 2015 1:31:03 PM

As technology grows at an ever-increasing rate, it can be hard to keep up with the changing times, especially when operating in a B2B eCommerce space. The mobile customer has shaken up the B2C world, and its time to welcome them into B2B as well. B2B sites account for 16% of mobile traffic, and 52% of B2B customers user their smartphones or tablets to research products for their business. The audience is there, but how do you take advantage of this opportunity? The following are some tips and tricks for maximizing mobile commerce for B2B organizations.

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Topics: eCommerce

6 Key Learnings for Disaster Recovery Planning

Posted by SIS

Mar 27, 2015 8:56:00 AM

According to Forrester Research, enterprises today spend an average of 6.2 percent of their IT budgets on business continuity and disaster recovery planning—a jump of one full percentage point over the amount spent in 2010. In Forrester’s article, Forrester goes on to say that most of the spend was spent on internal disaster recovery which can be plagued with its own problems like skills, testing or lack of focus. In this day of social media, where customers can instantaneously spread comments around the world in seconds, negative feedback on your organization’s ability to be ready can reduce shareholder value and impact your reputation. 

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Topics: Guest Blog

WebSphere Commerce Composer Tool: An Overview

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Mar 25, 2015 10:58:09 AM

WebSphere Commerce has earned a dedicated customer base, due in part to their amazing tools and features. While the Marketing and Business Tools are great for business management, one of the most anticipated aspects of WebSphere Commerce Feature Pack 7 is the new Composer tool. This tool brings WCS closer to the realm of content management than ever before by giving business users more direct power and control over the content on their store pages.

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Topics: IBM WebSphere Commerce

March Madness 2015

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Mar 23, 2015 2:37:11 PM

March Madness has hit the Briteskies office once again! Stefanie, our fearless NCAA leader, has put together the office pool to see who can accurately predict the outcome of this year’s NCAA tournament.

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Topics: Culture

Magento Security Tips

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Mar 19, 2015 11:28:21 AM

Launching your dream eCommerce site is such a satisfying moment for business owners, and after working so hard on an implementation it is important to make sure you have safeguarded your site. There could be nothing worse than pouring time, money, and passion into a project, only to have security breached and information stolen. A hacking incident can bring down the entire company, but there are ways to protect your Magento store from such crimes.

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Topics: Magento

WebSphere Commerce Business Tools and Catalog Management Capabilities

Posted by Matt Trimmer

Mar 17, 2015 1:13:31 PM

One of the benefits of choosing WebSphere Commerce for your eCommerce site is the sheer number of applications you have at your disposal. We have talked about WebSphere Commerce Marketing Tools and, while marketing tools are important, there are so many other business functions to keep in mind when managing an eCommerce site.

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Topics: IBM WebSphere Commerce

Welcome Greg Crane, Magento Developer

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Mar 13, 2015 12:52:00 PM

We would like to extend a big Briteskies welcome to Greg Crane, who recently became a full time Magento developer! 

Greg originally joined the Briteskies team in August as an intern. Through his hard work and dedication to the job, he was hired on as a full time member of the Briteskies Magento team. For him, the transition from intern to full time was pretty smooth.

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Topics: Culture, Magento

Making the Jump to an Online Store

Posted by Hannah Gierosky and Michelle Kowalski

Mar 9, 2015 11:28:07 AM

Taking that first step into the world of eCommerce can be scary, which is why sites such as Etsy are a great place to start when launching your own business. Etsy is designed to take the fear out of being online for the first time. It provides a user-friendly platform when it comes to setting up shop. Because it has a huge following and brand presence, people are more likely to find your product and drive traffic and sales to your site, all of which are key components of any successful eCommerce site. For all of its benefits, however, Etsy does have some limitations, and there comes a time when branching out and creating your own eCommerce site is necessary.  

But how do you know when the time is right? Where do you begin? Reviewing the following benefits of an eCommerce site may help you make the jump successfully.

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Topics: eCommerce

Best of the Blogosphere: March

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Mar 5, 2015 9:24:00 AM

Sometimes we come across a blog that is so good that we just have to share it. We will highlight a few of our favorites each month here on the blog, but don't forget to see what else we are sharing on Twitter and Facebook.

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Topics: eCommerce

JD Edwards Partner Summit 2015

Posted by Dave Balser and Bill Onion

Mar 3, 2015 10:46:00 AM

The JD Edwards annual Partner Summit is always a highlight around here, and this year was no different. Managing Director Bill Onion and JD Edwards Delivery Director Dave Balser represented Briteskies at the Summit this year, and they were eager to return from beautiful Colorado with news of what’s new in the realm of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

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Topics: JD Edwards

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