Fast track the development of your digital marketplace with Aventior’s accelerators
- Supplier Onboarding
Ability to automate the supplier onboarding, supplier approval, and contracting process.
- Product and Catalog Management
Product and catalog onboarding, approval, and management. Ability to onboard products in bulk and manage product taxonomy.
- Supply Chain Management
An accelerator that allows suppliers to manage the product inventory with “Beer game” simulation concepts.
- Pricing Management
Ability to manage product pricing with one-click pricing updates…
- Order Management
The ability for suppliers to accept, split. fulfill and manage orders.
- Advance Logistics and Fulfillment Capabilities
Flexibility for suppliers to be able to select logistics carriers based on warehouse locations and/or other criteria. Track and trace integration.
- Supplier Analytics Dashboard
Analytics and insights for suppliers to be able to improve sales through the marketplace channel.
- API Hub
API hub for seamless integration with supplier enterprise applications including ERP, CRM, etc.
- B2B eCommerce platform integration
Supplier portal architecture enables seamless integration with B2B eCommerce platforms.
Advance reporting capabilities to drive business insights and actions.
Digital Strategy & eCommerce
Companies are looking to expand their footprint into the direct to consumer business through a multi-channel approach including both traditional sales channels and eCommerce.
An effective Digital eCommerce strategy should address these key questions for companies:
- If, when, and how one should enter the eCommerce market?
- Which eCommerce channels to be leveraged?
- What’s the potential revenue to be gained and reduction in costs realized?
- How can eCommerce improve the customer focus?
- What all eCommerce capabilities need to be enabled?
- How to create a strategic roadmap that aligns with the business objectives?
- What’s the business processes and operating model required to support the eCommerce platform?
Aventior takes an holistic approach to building an eCommerce strategy. It bases its strategy on 5 pillars
- People: Focus on the end-users, user tiers and their goals. How users will interact with the system, e.g. how they search the product, how they will create their accounts, what are their roles in the buying process?
- Process: The current and potential business processes that needs to be supported. Managing the eCommerce processes for multiple business and companies, and ensuring that they are scalable.
- Governance: Breadth and rules of eCommerce, Governance and restrictions for the eCommerce processes, Extent of impact on current order management cycle governance within the organization (future and existing).
- Capabilities: Voice of Customer, customer pain points and how it translates into eCommerce capabilities. Prioritization of eCommerce use cases based on the business values and costs. eCommerce implementation roadmap based on the business values and ROI.
- Technology: Scalable business and technology architecture that can enable the eCommerce capabilities. How will the products, customers, pricing and orders be managed? Internal and external systems to which the eCommerce platform will be integrated with e.g. ERP, PIM, WCMS etc?