- Present and future e-commerce strategies
- How to choose suitable e-commerce software
- Overview of e-commerce systems
- Entry level solutions and selection
- SME soutions and selection
- Enterprise solutions
- Providers and technologies compared
- Salesforce Commerce Cloud
- SAP C4/HANA (formerly: hybris)
- IBM WATSON Commerce
- Additional feature: dotSource Vendor Matrix Shop Systems
Complementing the well-known, but American-centred comparisons from Forrester and Gartner, dotSource has developed a comparative chart for the DACH market that adjusts the weights accordingly and lists all relevant players.
E-Commerce is one of the strongest growth markets in the DACH economy - but at the same time it's a highly competitive market. Choosing and implementing a tailor-made e-commerce system is therefore an important success factor. But which e-commerce software actually suits each situation?
In our white paper, we don't just give an overview of leading vendors for different company sizes from startup to enterprise, we also explain why moving away from the pure e-commerce system to integrating an e-commerce function into a digital experience platform and what the benefits of this change are.
In addition, we clarify in what the approaches differ, like framework or SaaS.
But we not only describe the vendors and functions, we also rate them. Accordingly, we've updated the dotSource vendor matrix, which gives an overview of which systems are leading based on independent criteria. Here we cover all major players from Salesforce to SAP to commercetools and Magento, which was recently acquired by Adobe.
In addition to the provider comparison for both B2C and B2B and multichannel, we give extensive tips on what decision-makers should pay attention to when selecting e-commerce software.
Additionaly, we address what is important in-house for a system change or an update.