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7 Ways Safety Supply Distributors Can Better Leverage eCommerce

The COVID-19 virus has impacted our livelihood and changed the way we engage with others. Face-to-face interactions have been replaced with “contactless” exchange. Shopping preferences have shifted from store to online. If you are a safety supplies distributor who wants to enhance your digital presence our whitepaper outlines the MUST-HAVE components your organization needs to enhance your customer service and economically survive the pandemic.

Make your B2B company a social media Influencer
How B2B Companies Can Leverage Social Media Marketing

Today, more than three-quarters of B2B buyers look to social media for insight, recommendations, and reasons to buy from companies like yours. If your business still lacks a social media presence, then you’re missing out on a huge opportunity to connect with them. Social media is a great place to showcase your organization’s new product…

Unilog’s 2018 B2B Digital Commerce Survey
Annual B2B Digital Commerce Report

The B2B digital commerce landscape continues to evolve into a buyer-centric and omnichannel environment with a much wider and competitive playing field. While some organizations have employed a solid plan to create online channel growth and a better user experience, others are lacking when it comes to any type of eCommerce strategy.

Three key areas that optimize your B2B site
3 eCommerce Areas that Require Regular Investment

As your business begins building next year’s budget, is it setting aside any money for website improvements? If not, it should. Just because your online storefront is up and running with product data and transaction capabilities doesn’t mean it’s self-sustained. A successful site requires regular management and updates to maintain its relevance…

Key benefits of a PIM solution that helps B2B distributors
Increase Your ROI with a PIM

Most B2B organizations have multiple systems or repositories with which they store product information. In fact, Ventana Research recently found that 56% of wholesale businesses have more than five systems that house their data. When product updates or changes are made in one of these systems, rarely are they communicated to one another.