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Nov
20
2017

How 4 Ecommerce Platforms Are Changing To Better Meet Your B2B Needs

Posted by Lori McDonald
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At Brilliance, we want to give our clients options that best meet their needs. We are focused on helping our customers see a strong ROI and assisting them in growing their revenue online. As we have focused more on building business cases for B2B eCommerce, it is evident that different platforms are needed in different situations and we want to offer solutions that meet the different sizes and needs of our client companies. So we have expanded the number of software platforms we work with. We carefully selected platforms with strong tools and support for the B2B space, and we have invested in training and certifications within these communities. Each of these platforms are constantly improving and the changes they have been making show the types of businesses they aim to serve. [Read More...]

Categories: categoryAspDotNetStorefront (ASPDNSF) categoryB2B (Business-to-Business) categoryContent Management System (CMS) categorye-Commerce categoryEpiserver



Nov
02
2017

How We Guarantee an On-Time On-Budget eCommerce Project

Posted by Becky
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I’ll admit that I love watching HGTV shows. Whether it’s Fixer Upper, Love It or List It or Property Brothers, I’m hooked. There’s something about the overall process of watching a house be completely transformed by skilled designers that makes me happy. But there is one thing in almost every episode that makes me cringe. It’s the scene were the designer has to have the “dreaded conversation” with the owner about a budget increase. No one likes it – not the designer and definitely not the home owner. I think I cringe because I know what it’s like to have that conversation with our clients. New requirements, delayed answers and data from a client, and unforeseen challenges can significantly impact a website redesign and can lead to the “dreaded conversation.” At Brilliance, we take this seriously. So seriously, that we will guarantee the cost of a project. Our goal is to avoid the cost overruns, while providing an elegant solution to each client’s needs. [Read More...]

Categories: categoryDevelopment categorySolution Design



Oct
10
2017

Predicting the Value of eCommerce for Your Business

Posted by Lori McDonald
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When it comes to budgeting for eCommerce, many businesses don’t even know where to start. It may feel like a lot of guesswork and a big risk. You know there is value in it, but how much? And what is the right amount to invest? There is a way to take the guesswork out of it! We help companies develop a “Business Case” for eCommerce. It’s a process that analyzes your current business and predicts the value you could realize through eCommerce. [Read More...]

Categories: categoryDevelopment categorye-Commerce categorySolution Design



Sep
19
2017

Best Platforms for B2B eCommerce: What is Missing in Forrester’s Recent Report

Posted by Lori McDonald
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Forrester recently evaluated 11 vendors in the B2B eCommerce space using 35 criteria. Magento Commerce ranked well in this report and is a platform with a large share of the market. Also noted as leaders in this report were Oracle NetSuite, SAP Hybris, and Insite Software. Other strong performers in the report were Episerver, Intershop, CloudCraze and Unilog. I believe, however, that some important aspects of choosing your platform were neglected by this report, and I want to make sure you have the whole picture. How will you decide which platform is best for your company? It is important to understand all your options, including some that aren’t on Forrester’s list. [Read More...]

Categories: categoryB2B (Business-to-Business) categoryContent Management System (CMS) categorye-Commerce categorySolution Design



Aug
31
2017

Does Your Solution Achieve Your Goal?

Posted by Jared
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My oldest son never ceases to amaze me. It could be his ability to turn any household item into a train, his lengthy and stern conversations with Alexa (Amazon Echo), or his ability to destroy a room in 2.3 seconds. One of our favorite summer activities is being on the boat, lounging and swimming all day long. Once when the kid decided he wanted to get out, he casually swam to the front of the pontoon boat and attempted to pull himself up. After one unsuccessful minute had passed, I swam over, suggested he go to the back of the boat and use the ladder. “NO DADA, I GO UP.” Two more unsuccessful minutes passed and I attempted to explain how the answer to his problem was only a 30-second swim away. “DADA, GO AWAY. I GO UP!” This conversation repeated itself not one but two more times. Enough was enough; I swam over and advised him to grab my hand. As we approached the ladder hanging from the back of the boat, he let go of my hand, quickly boarded and jumped right back in (face palm). [Read More...]



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