MEDIAVORE Interactive web agency, specializing in the development of transactional platforms, has just published a white paper to help Quebec manufacturing companies adapt to the reality of e-commerce! The book, entitled Ecommerce 101 for the Manufacturing SMEaims to help companies optimize their operations and increase revenue.
The company from Laval, a city whose industrial sector has been taking up more and more space in the country, has had the mission for 7 years to help companies take the digital turn by automating processes and increasing their performance thanks to technology. The team launched the DVORE platform, a custom e-commerce tool tailored to business processes that personalizes the customer experience while automating processes and operations. A perfect tool for manufacturing companies:
“We enjoy working with local companies that design and manufacture products of all kinds. Often, with complex processes and large databases, we love these types of challenges. Our team of experts is specialized in the development and implementation of digital sales platforms tailored to the specific needs of the industrial sector. We want to help manufacturing companies stay ahead of their market thanks to the digital shift and provide them with tools and support that will enable them to achieve their goals. », according to Mr. Alexandre Jalbert, co-founder and digital strategist at MEDIAVORE.
E-commerce for manufacturers
If you are hesitant to set up a virtual presence for your SME or business, or are unfamiliar with the terms B2C, B2B, or D2C, the e-commerce book will help you demystify it all. With content specifically aimed at the manufacturing sector, the free information bible that MEDIAVORE offers will put you at ease with the main notions of e-commerce.
“It is with this in mind that we have written our white paper Ecommerce 101 for the Manufacturing SME. We wanted to make available to all manufacturers interested in optimizing the management of their processes several useful tools and tips when adopting a digital strategy. », adds Mr. Jalbert
The digital transformation process
Undertaking changes in a company is often a complex task. It is for this reason that support is often necessary to avoid errors and costly waste of time. We asked Alexandre what a company can expect when starting the Enterprise 4.0 process:
“The process starts with a digital diagnosis to analyze existing business models, processes and company culture. This analysis is fundamental for the construction of a work plan that foresees the different stages of the digital transformation. It will facilitate both the technical implementation and the training and involvement of the entire team. We usually plan 1-2 months to make the diagnosis and digital plan.
So, the execution of the established plan can vary between 3 to 12 months depending on the technological solution, the integrations with the systems and the processes to be implemented. Our team offers an agile implementation service adapted to the reality of small and medium-sized companies. We are able to offer personalized support to each organization and develop transactional platforms at the same pace as the company. With the shortage of manpower, as well as the multiple financial aids and government subsidies for this type of project, now is the time to follow suit to increase staff productivity and strengthen the competitiveness of your business. »
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