The range of different e-commerce systems is growing, the market is fragmenting and thus becoming increasingly confusing: on the one hand, e-commerce systems are increasingly designed for specific markets, industries and technical environments; on the other hand, a trend towards greater flexibility and individualisation can be observed.
We implement e-commerce projects based on Adobe Commerce, SAP Commerce (formerly SAP Hybris Commerce), Magento Open Source, Salesforce Commerce Cloud, commercetools, Shopware, IBM WebSphere Commerce and Intershop and support you in selecting an e-commerce system that suits your individual requirements. Because of our many years of experience and comprehensive market observation, we are able to explain in which direction the individual e-commerce system providers are developing and whether this profile fits in with your own goals.
In addition to the advantages and disadvantages of the individual systems in the enterprise segment, we present you with central decision-making criteria for the system selection. These criteria take into account your individual situation. We then select a suitable system for your business from the list of available enterprise e-commerce systems.
The selection of an appropriate e-commerce system should always be discussed in connection with your e-commerce strategy. It makes sense to include current key figures as well as short- and long-term corporate goals in the selection process.
Depending on the company size and the scope of the planned changes, it can pay off to take into account the perspectives of different company departments ranging from marketing, IT and controlling to logistics. After all, changing the system affects all part of the company.
dotSource Supports You in Decision Making
Together with you, we find answers to the following questions:
- How should the e-commerce system provider be positioned in terms of market presence, business model and industry focus?
- Which functions are to be supported?
- What should the e-commerce system be able to provide with regard to performance, security and scalability?
- Which interfaces are required and which data is to be integrated?
- Which costs may arise?