The web agency MEDIAVORE interactive, specializing in the development of transaction platforms, has just published a white paper to help manufacturing companies in Quebec adapt to the reality of virtual commerce! The book, titled E-commerce 101 for SMBs in Manufacturingaims to help companies optimize their activities and increase turnover.
The company from Laval, a city whose industrial sector is taking up more and more space in the country, has for 7 years given itself the mission to help companies take the digital turn by automating processes and increasing their performance through technology. The team launched the DVORE platform, a personalized e-commerce tool aligned with business processes that personalizes the customer experience and automates processes and activities. A perfect tool for manufacturing companies:
“We like to work with local companies that design and manufacture all kinds of products. Because we often have complex processes and large databases, we like these kinds of challenges. Our team of experts specializes 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 to help them achieve their goals. » said Mr. Alexandre Jalbert, co-founder and digital strategist of MEDIAVORE.
E-commerce for manufacturers
If you are hesitant to set up a virtual presence for your SME or company, or if you are not familiar with the terms B2C, B2B or D2C, the ecommerce book will help you unravel it all. With content specifically aimed at the manufacturing sector, the free information bible that MEDIAVORE provides will put you at ease with the key concepts of e-commerce.
“We have written our white paper with this in mind E-commerce 101 for SMBs in Manufacturing† We wanted to provide all manufacturers interested in optimizing the management of their processes with several useful tools and tips when adopting a digital strategy. » adds Mr. Jalbert . please
The digital transformation process
Implementing change in a company is often a complex task. For this reason, support is often needed to avoid errors and valuable time wasted. We asked Alexandre what a company can expect when starting the Enterprise 4.0 process:
“The process starts with a digital diagnosis to analyze the company’s existing business models, processes and culture. This analysis is crucial for creating a work plan that foresees the different phases of digital transformation. It will facilitate the technical implementation as well as the training and involvement of the whole team. We usually plan 1 to 2 months for the diagnosis and the digital plan.
Subsequently, the implementation of the established plan can vary from 3 to 12 months, depending on the technological solution, the integrations with the systems and the processes to be implemented. Our team offers a flexible implementation service adapted to the realities of small and medium-sized businesses. We can provide any organization with a personalized follow-up and develop transaction platforms at the same pace as the company. With the staff shortage and the abundance of financial support and government grants for these types of projects, now is the time to follow suit to increase team productivity and strengthen the competitiveness of your company. †
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