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The 10 Things Every Business Should Know About B2B E-commerce

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    Your e-commerce host should be SAS 70 Type II-certified to ensure effective controls, standards and infrastructure are in place to protect your data. In addition, your e-commerce tool should be certified under U.S. Department of Commerce Safe Harbor requirements if your organization does business in Europe.

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    Your e-commerce host should be SAS 70 Type II-certified to ensure effective controls, standards and infrastructure are in place to protect your data. In addition, your e-commerce tool should be certified under U.S. Department of Commerce Safe Harbor requirements if your organization does business in Europe.

It’s certainly no secret that more and more business is being conducted online each day. Consumers expect products and services to be instantly available, comparable and configurable to meet their needs online. The Web provides consumers with the instant results and fulfillment they demand from their shopping experience. But e-commerce is not strictly for B2C purchases; B2B customers have come to expect the same speed and simplicity associated with buying online.

While B2B e-commerce isn’t a new concept, its adoption rate has lagged. Many organizations could benefit greatly from adoption of a B2B e-commerce platform and BigMachines has identified a few tips to consider before doing so.

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