B2B commerce integration, which in simple terms is the process of connecting buyer and supplier systems for seamless transactions, has become vital for companies seeking to streamline purchasing processes and boost revenue through their eCommerce channels. When implementing eProcurement integrations, businesses face a crucial decision: whether to develop in-house or outsource to a specialized platform.
This eBook examines the four key factors for evaluating the return on investment (ROI) of both options.
- The full scope of B2B connected commerce
- 4 key ROI considerations, including resources, expertise, technology and cost
- Pros and cons of building integrations in-house vs outsourced