COVENTRY, UK – September 21, 2020 — TrueCommerce Netalogue announced today that it received two awards at the eCommerce Awards 2020 alongside its client, Matthew Clark, the leading drinks wholesaler.
As consumers, more and more elements of our lives are moving online, but when it comes to B2B ordering many companies don’t even have the capability to sell online, let alone do business online.
Coventry, UK (May 26, 2020) — Leading retail technology business TrueCommerce has entered into a new strategic partnership with international payment gateway provider Trust Payments, as it looks to broaden its offering to B2B e-commerce customers.
Leading B2B eCommerce platform expands commerce network portfolio in Europe
Netalogue is pleased to announce that a deal has been finalised with TrueCommerce, a global provider of trading partner connectivity, integration and unified commerce solutions to acquire Netalogue Technologies plc, the United Kingdom’s leading provider of B2B eCommerce solutions. This addition complements the TrueCommerce portfolio by providing a strategic technology service that strengthens its commerce network throughout Europe.
Whatever your view on Brexit, it looks as though we’ll be leaving the EU. Whether we leave with a deal or not, Brexit will alter B2B ecommerce and online retail significantly.
Up until now, eCommerce has played a foundational role in setting up complex-yet-frictionless supply chains with EU member states. With import duties, tariffs and extended border delays looming, we break down how to prepare for a post-Brexit landscape and how the Netalogue platform can temper the rocky transition.
With ecommerce, you need to make sure the platform you’re using is secure. A platform shouldn’t only be there to maximise sales and help your customers, it should also protect your customers and your reputation.
Netalogue has a number of features that protects your platform from information leaks, hacks and other security concerns.
Below, we list how our e-commerce security protects your online business.
Sometimes, even though you’ve done your research you can end up with an eCommerce platform that either doesn’t quite work or falls short of what your customers are demanding. Thankfully, you aren’t stuck with one b2b platform forever; re-platforming is there for those moments when you feel like you need to change platform for the benefit of your business.
There are issues that come bundled in with re-platforming, though, including porting over customer and transaction data, brand images, customer experience, and re-organising your departments. However, these issues can easily be circumvented, especially with the b2b platform available from Netalogue.
When you tell people you occasionally work away they think it’s a treat – the casual onlooker may think staying in hotels sounds like good fun but when you are on the road regularly working away it really can get tedious. Once you’ve had your meetings the highlight of the trip is the journey home and stopping off at a service station for a snack before getting home for a warm dinner. Service station snacks never used to be synonymous with good food but with the advent of quality food outlets like M&S you can now look forward to a nice prawn sandwich to tide you over for that last 100 miles of the journey. Marks and Spencer has stood the test of time, they’ve had up ups and downs like all retailers but they’ve managed to retain their customers generation after generation and I never quite knew their secret.
Free ecommerce platforms don’t do what they say on the tin. In actuality, many “free” ecommerce platforms aren’t free at all, often coming bundled in with hidden costs, having a reliance on third-party software and developers, as well as providing limitations for your business. Integrating an ecommerce platform with internal systems is never an easy task. Even a bespoke, rigorously designed system can have quite a few teething issues, but these teething problems can quickly become the ecommerce equivalent of a double root-canal with free platforms.
Like all things, marriage takes work. At a time when divorce rates are at their highest, new marriages are at an all-time low; for those who do get married, do they consider that they are actually signing a contract?