First Line Software is honored to announce that we made the Clutch “best of” list of the top BigCommerce Developers in the world.
Disruptions that are crisis-level happen. Being prepared is key. Having systems and processes in place to ensure business continuity can make the difference between barely riding out the storm or rising above the situation to thrive and make continuous progress. Companies that have shored up their digital transformation initiatives are in a much stronger position to thrive rather than hope to survive a crisis or downturn in the economy.
One of the leading retail trade fairs, EuroShop 2020, was held in Düsseldorf, Sunday, February 16 through Thursday, February 20. Over 94,000 attendees, speakers, and exhibitors attended or participated in the event that showcased the latest products, trends, and best practices for all things retail. Two of the top themes for the event were linking online shopping with offline shopping and sustainability. Since the global retail industry is one of First Line Software’s core strategic markets, representatives from First Line Software also attended the event.
The stakes are high when it comes to delivering the best possible digital experience that leads to purchase transactions of your company’s products and services. Maintaining the status quo is no longer an option as customer expectations continue to rachet up yet another level. There’s dynamic content, hyper-personalization, product selection, purchase convenience, speedy fulfillment and more. What’s your strategy and do you have the best tools?
After spending the past several months researching and evaluating digital experience/web content management (WCM) or eCommerce systems, you’ve selected a platform. Congratulations! While these robust platforms are loaded with features, there’s work to be done to before that system will function according to your specific requirements and add value. You need an implementation expert to make that system work for your business.
Twenty years ago a consumer in the market for a specific product would get in their car and drive to their local mall to purchase the item. This was usually a simple transaction. If the price for the product was within the expected range, they purchased the item.