We concentrate on DI-API-based or similar solutions that “extend” SAP processes to the web. This white paper will not include any “manual” integration. The purpose of this publication is to emphasise the importance of end-to-end solutions that work together seamlessly. For more info see this.
Most start-ups require a solution that is simple to use, instal, and can assist them in “managing growth.” Growth is important, but so is “controlling” it. We’ll look at how the established “Success Factors” can assist you figure out how to handle this “Management of Growth” using your desired solution later. The target market for SAP Business ONE eCommerce solutions will be identified and defined in the next section.
The eCommerce solutions presented in this document are aimed at small and medium-sized businesses. This customer sector is defined by a lack of financial resources, limited IT management resources, a narrow market emphasis, and approval processes that are dependent on success. As a result, possible solutions must provide an easy-to-manage system that may be tailored to certain “niche” market requirements.
The criteria that we use to evaluate a product determine its quality. Participants in a LinkedIn SAP Business ONE forum discussion were requested to share their thoughts on the “Key Success Factors for eCommerce” in relation to SAP Business ONE. The conversation went on to emphasise the need of organising and structuring the success components. Some participants, for example, expressed broad dissatisfaction with the available solutions, while others demanded specific improvements. It was evident that there are a variety of problems and requirements circulating. Our team organised the success factors as follows to assist consultants and customers in evaluating their possible eCommerce solution for SAP Business ONE:
“Real-Time” information is a significant selling factor for SAP Business ONE. As a result, it’s critical to assess the degree of integration for various eCommerce solutions. Is the solution “Real-Time” integrated, or does SAP Business ONE require “Synchronization” to keep the data current? There may be compelling reasons to favour one integration method over the other.