Amazon Business is projected to make $52 billion in sales by 2023. For distributors to fend off this AI-powered giant, they’ll need to understand and adopt AI strategies of their own.
When salespeople are slow to embrace ecommerce, they miss opportunities that not only hurt the company, but the customers they are trying to help. They’re even hurting themselves.
If you are a distributor on a quest to get on page one of Google, don’t neglect the importance of being found locally. Here’s how to set yourself up for success with Local SEO.
This post summarizes some of the key findings in the second report based on our research for the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors into how technology will transform the wholesale distribution industry.
Returned goods can hurt productivity, reduce profitability, and damage customer and supplier relationships. No wonder most distributors focus on reducing them – but they do it the wrong way!
How can you tell whether your website is working for your customers? Start with the why, and implement ongoing evaluation of how successful your customers are in accomplishing their intentions on your site.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not just “advanced technology” – it’s a learning technology that improves on its own without human intervention. AI relies on big pools of data that are fed into machine learning algorithms (math formulas) to continually make decisions, evaluate their own performance and get better over time.
The gates are closing. It’s now or never for digital adoption in B2B markets. The sharp increase in online engagement with customers in March and April 2020 was more than just a one-off blip due to COVID-19. More and more surveys are emerging that are reinforcing the idea that while COVID-19 spurred the shift to…
These days, your customers care about more than their relationship with a sales rep. That’s because people are shopping differently – namely, online. As such, the experience that B2B distributors create on their websites for their customers has a big impact on their success. And a negative experience could negatively affect your engagement on other…
Distributors are learning how to build cultures that drive innovation; don’t wait. The disruptors are at the gate and the battle for distribution supremacy will likely go to the swift and not the strong.