Today, e-commerce solutions are becoming increasingly important—and often critical to many organizations' success.

Leading organizations are taking advantage of this cost effective channel to rapidly expand into new markets to increase their top line revenue.

Organizations may find that they are unprepared to take on the unique challenges that the online market presents, especially in older parts of their business. e-Commerce customers in both B2B and B2C transactions expect and demand an effortless process, with virtually zero errors, delays or problems. Old, patchwork ERP, order entry, shipping, picking, etc. systems can’t deliver the reliability the modern buyer demands. Your organization needs to be prepared to meet these demands, and develop the operational flexibility and technology capabilities to perform efficiently in this market.

At Baker Tilly, we will help you better understand the intricacies of e-commerce. We will work with you to build a strong technology foundation that allows you to capitalize on the growth opportunities that e-commerce provides.

Helping an industry leader transform its business

Helping an industry leader transform its business

Essendant engaged Baker Tilly to work closely with program leadership to develop and implement an approach to support the transformation of the company to become the fastest, most convenient solution for workplace essentials.

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Building e-commerce capabilities to achieve success

Building e-commerce capabilities to achieve success

Part 2 in the Getting e-commerce strategy right series – Organizations that move into the e-commerce space are thinking the investment in capabilities is all about the website. But the investment takes more than developing a website to extend your customer experience to the online channel.

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Our Take

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“e-Commerce is in an age of ascendency. Today, organizations buy more than twice as much via e-commerce than consumers, yet most organizations' capabilities are woefully inadequate.”