NetSuite this week made it easier for customers to boost their marketing efforts, improve site design and integrate their website with popular applications with new SuiteCommerce extensions. These extensions empower non-technical users to quickly build outstanding customer experiences that will help businesses succeed not only online, but across all channels.
Rolling out “on-trend” initiatives can have a profound impact on your restaurant, from enhancing brand image and guest satisfaction to increasing efficiency and profitability. Identifying and setting those trends before your competition gives your restaurant a distinct competitive advantage. In the fast-paced, ever-evolving restaurant environment, it’s easy to waste time chasing the wrong trend, or to fall so far behind that you lose relevance. From motherless meat and CBD-infused foods to robots and next-gen fast casual, we’ve put six of Baum + Whiteman’s 2019 F&B trends on trial to sift through what’s worth adopting so you don’t have to.
At the start of the B2B Next Conference & Exhibition, conference founder Andy Hoar shared a revealing story. Six years ago, a company hired him to host a B2B ecommerce event and a dozen people showed up. Last week, 700 people sat in front of Hoar for the inaugural B2B Next event in Chicago, a clear sign of the tremendous interest in and growth of this field.
It’s easy to overlook the fact that technology alone will not turn your business into a successful company. Your business must first develop a thoughtful strategy that differentiates it and keeps customers happy. Technology is what can help solve the problems that pop up during that transformation.
The federal government took a major step toward regulating ecommerce on Thursday when the Supreme Court upheld a South Dakota law that allows the state to gather sales tax from online businesses with at least $100,000 in sales from state residents or 200 transactions in the state annually. This overturned a ruling from 1992, Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, that prevented states from collecting taxes from companies without a physical presence in their state.