One of the cool things about modern B2B integration solutions is the variety of internal use cases the technology can solve. So many businesses require secure file transfer technology to communicate externally with customers, vendors, suppliers, and other trading partners, but a ton of critical data exchange also happens among internal departments.
What customers really want from a cloud-based service is to leverage that offering to improve some specific business process and make more money. It matters less how it happens behind the scenes; they ultimately want the end business outcome. But delivering the service certainly matters to the SaaS organization, and doing so in a reliable, elegant manner means successful customer integration is critical.
Ask any retail store or warehouse manager in charge of inventory his or her preferred shipping time, and this is the response you’re likely to hear: “I want it yesterday.”
We live in an age where prompt turnaround through digital technology is the norm. We see it in nearly every aspect of life, reducing an everyday task into the fraction of time that it previously took to complete.
The success of any SaaS product is proportional to its usability and the ability for customers to adopt the offering, and connecting customer systems and integrating business information are critical in driving the solution’s value. Thus, it’s important to understand how seamless B2B connectivity with customers and partners enables SaaS organizations to deliver a better service.
“Just wanted to check in.”
We hear that phrase all the time, in our personal lives and business lives. It could be parents out on the town calling a babysitter for updates, a significant other on a business trip trying to catch up at home, or your boss looking for a status report on an important project.
The importance of safe and optimal use of human proteins cannot be underestimated. Rare blood disorders affect hundreds of thousands of people and are managed through life-saving hematology treatments and immunotherapy. And due to improved research and advanced medicines, the human protein and plasma fractionation industry is ever-improving and ever-growing.
This year, the global market is estimated at $21 billion and is expected to expand to nearly $30 billion by 2023, according to a study published by MarketsandMarkets
SaaS organizations that have created their solutions with a focus on data aggregation and valuation are facing a unique problem when it comes to integration.
Integration enables systems to connect and businesses to communicate, supporting the continuous flow of information critical to SaaS operations, but it’s up to the SaaS organization to manage the hundreds, thousands, or even millions of transactions a day that support its customers’ businesses.
Adjusting. Evolving. Pivoting.
No matter the industry, every business needs to be able to adapt. Whether that means changing products to adjust to evolving customer tastes, or changing delivery models to evolve for transportation needs, the time will come that a business must shift gears to enable new growth opportunities.
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The steel industry has long been a vital manufacturing cog in the United States. And there’s a strong case to be made that it’s what helped drive the U.S. in becoming a world economic powerhouse in the 19th and 20th centuries
Essentially, steel production is what made life go in this part of the world for decades.
In the world of transportation and freight logistics, expenses can run high, complications can run rampant, and expectations can run off the charts. That’s especially true in today’s high-demand digital landscape, where the global logistics and transportation industry is already valued at around $8 trillion. And that number is expected to nearly double by 2023