Filed Under (B2B eCommerce, B2B Sales Success, Industry News) by Michele Aymold on 09-28-2010
This is a re-post from Acquiring Minds
B2B buyers who are at ease in researching, communicating, collaborating and buying on the internet are choosing to do business differently. Read the rest of this entry »
Filed Under (Configurator, Product Development, Proposal Generator, Quoting Software) by Tim Handorf on 08-31-2010
Technology, sales and business processes are constantly evolving. For BigMachines, changing processes and enhanced technologies mean we have to constantly stay one step ahead to meet the needs and exceed the expectations of our customers. As a result, BigMachines has consistently added new features and enhanced capabilities to our products year after year. What follows is a high-level overview of some of the features and enhancements we have released since our founding in 2000. Read the rest of this entry »
Filed Under (B2B eCommerce) by Godard Abel on 07-14-2010
This is a re-post of an article on DemandGenReport.
Over the past decade, BtoC eCommerce has changed the landscape of selling products as leaders like Amazon.com have brought eCommerce to the mainstream — and the numbers are growing.
A 2009 survey of online consumer behavior conducted by Harris Interactive found that 48% of US online adults say that they are now conducting more online transactions than they did in the past. In the UK, the number is even higher as 53% of online adults say they are making more purchases online, with the ability to compare products and prices cited by 74% of these as the main reason. Read the rest of this entry »
Filed Under (B2B eCommerce, BigMachines Company News, Product Development) by Tim Handorf on 07-06-2010
BigMachines 10.1 is here! Like earlier BigMachines releases, 10.1 was developed with direct input from our customers (submitted and discussed on the My BigIdeas online collaboration portal), feedback from our Customer Advisory Board, and roundtable discussions on our product roadmap during our annual BigIdeas conference. Read the rest of this entry »