Oro's Yoav Kutner sits down with Derek Cwik of Americaneagle.com and host Tim Ahlenius to talk about the growth of B2B marketplaces. Listen to this podcast for key trends in this rapidly changing eCommerce space, and what to consider during your B2B marketplace technology decisions.
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Digital transformation isn’t easy and it can seem like a daunting task for a company of any size. Most often, companies decide to delay technology changes under the impression that the benefits are not worth the challenges- but this is an unfortunate misconception.
As B2B eCommerce becomes an essential part of any B2B business, major analyst firms such as IDC, Gartner, and Frost & Sullivan have been deep-diving into comprehensive reports that evaluate top eCommerce platforms.
Oro is excited to announce that Yoav Kutner was awarded the 21st annual Pros to Know Award by Supply & Demand Chain. The Pros to Know Award recognizes outstanding executives whose accomplishments offer a roadmap for other leaders looking to leverage supply chain for competitive advantage.
With in-store shopping options being limited, companies have had to get creative on how to get their products online. Those in the food industry are adapting new business models, new supply chains, and new technologies to either get online or meet the demand for their current online business.
B2C eCommerce has much in common with B2B eCommerce, but workflow automation is a uniquely B2B quality. Here's what manufacturers need to know about workflow automation and how they maximize efficiency across complex B2B processes.
In this episode of Industrial Talk Podcast, host Scott MacKenzie speaks with Yoav Kutner, CEO and Co-Founder of Oro Inc, about change management through digital transformation transformation and the role of B2B eCommerce as part of a comprehensive selling strategy.
As the shift to selling direct to customers grows, manufacturers are now focusing on Optimized Manufacturing Effectiveness (OME) which focuses on how to bring manufactured products directly to the B2B customer.
Technology adoption has skyrocketed with the increased demand in 2020 to work from home and to sell online. Digital attacks can target both customer data and company data- and companies who leave themselves vulnerable to attack can suffer severe financial damage and reputation loss.