B2B Solutions That Drive Growth

Elevate your B2B presence with cutting-edge web solutions. Your website is the face of your B2B business, so why compromise? At ui42, we specialize in developing high-performance, user-centric websites that resonate with your target audience and propel your business towards success.

Our team of experienced B2B web developers will collaborate closely with you to understand your unique business goals and translate them into a digital masterpiece. We'll harness the latest web technologies and design trends to create a website that is both visually stunning and functionally impeccable.

Benefits of B2B e-shop

Bulk Orders

Bulk Orders

By importing a file with dozens of EAN codes and amounts you can create an order with up-to-date pricing and availability.

Current data

Current data

CMS BUXUS can connect to any ERP system, so your customers can deal with accurate, real-time data. 

Tailor-made product catalogue

Tailor-made product catalogue

Is used to display specific identifiers product features your customers are familiar with when ordering from you.

Reservation of unavailable products

Reservation of unavailable products

Based on availability details from the ERP system, B2B portal can automatically identify unavailable products and mark them as reservations.

Business representative support

Business representative support

Personalised interface for business representatives displays all necessary details about a customer.

Process Automatisation

Process Automatisation

By connecting to the ERP system, we can minimise the inputs during the process of order creation and its lifecycle.

Costs optimisation

Costs optimisation

B2B e-shop minimizes mistakes made the traditional way of taking orders and saves costs for complains or returns etc.

Price levels, percentage discounts and individual prices

Price levels, percentage discounts and individual prices

Thanks to a reliable server, fast ERP system and our e-shop solution, we will be able to work with multiple pricing online.

Order History

Order History

Customers will be able to see their order history and they will be also able to use this section to create new orders.

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  • <p class="landing-page-intro-section__title">Ecommerce Projects&nbsp;</p>

    50 +

    Ecommerce Projects 

  • <p><span>Online Development Project</span></p>

    250 +

    Online Development Project

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    1. The functionality depends on the needs of your company and customers. You can use our recommendations, but we can also program custom functionality according to your needs.
    1. The duration of creating a custom B2B e-shop depends on the complexity of the project and usually takes between 6 to 12 months.

    In addition to the general factors listed above, there are a number of specific things to consider when integrating ERP and CMS systems. These include:

      • Pricing: How will pricing information be shared between the systems?

      • Product and variant management: How will product and variant information be managed between the systems?

      • Inventory management: How will inventory information be managed between the systems?

      • Communication method: Which communication method will be used to synchronize data between the systems?

      • Order creation: How will orders be created in the CMS system?

      • Order data update: How will order data be updated in the CMS system?

      • User registration: How will users be registered in the CMS system?

      • Login: How will users login to the CMS system?

      • Failover: What will happen if one system fails?

    By considering these factors, companies can ensure that their ERP and CMS integration is successful and delivers the desired benefits.

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    The operation of the site consists of the following environments:

    • live environment - where the actual live application runs
    • staging environment - pre-production environment for final functionality testing before deployment
    • feature preview - environment for testing new features and bug fixes

    local dev environment - local development of features and bug fixes

    Live environment

    This environment includes the operation of the site itself, which customers access from an external environment (internet). We propose to operate it on multiple physical servers with regard to performance and high availability. 

    The servers will run the Linux operating system (Debian distribution). The servers themselves are rented from hosting (Hetzner Hetzner and managed by the company ui42. 

    Staging environment

    This environment is used for the final check of changes that are ready to be deployed to live operation. Unit tests, integration selenium tests, and if necessary, manual testing take place in the process of deploying changes on it. It also serves to test adjustments to system settings and updates of system components for the live environment.

    This environment should replicate the live environment as closely as possible in terms of setup. However, it does not have such high demands in terms of performance and availability, and therefore we propose to operate it on a single physical server, on which the individual live environment servers are simulated as virtual servers running on the OpenStack platform 

    This environment is not publicly accessible. Access is allowed based on IP for the client and ui42, or for third parties for testing purposes. 

    Feature previews

    For the purposes of developing and testing new functionalities, as well as bug fixes, the feature previews environment is used. This environment allows for a separate installation for each developing functionality. Each such installation has its own URL and is created automatically when a developer publishes a branch with changes in the project repository. The installation is also automatically deleted when the developer completes the new functionality and merges their changes into the main development branch. 

    Such installations allow for easy sharing of new changes with the client for testing or feedback during development.

    This environment is operated on a single physical server, on which a Kubernetes cluster runs to allow the installation of multiple installations via docker. Data for these installations are automatically copied from the live environment, with the data being anonymized and trimmed to the necessary minimum during copying.

    For the needs of the project, the feature previews environment is sized to a maximum of 10 concurrently developed functionalities or bug fixes.

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    The importance of integrating ERP and CMS systems

    Integrating ERP and CMS systems is an important step for any company that wants to improve its efficiency and customer experience. By connecting these two systems, companies can share data between them, which can lead to the following benefits:

      • Reduced data redundancy: If data is stored in both systems, it must be manually updated in each, which can be time-consuming and error-prone. Integrating the systems allows for automatic synchronization of data, which saves time and effort.

      • Improved data accuracy: If data is stored in both systems, it is important that it is accurate and up-to-date. Integrating the systems can help to ensure that data is always up-to-date, which can lead to better decision-making and results.

      • Improved customer experience: If data about products and customers is stored in both systems, it can be provided to customers in real time. This can lead to a better customer experience and increased sales.

    Factors to consider when integrating ERP and CMS systems:

    When integrating ERP and CMS systems, it is important to consider the following factors:

      • Types of data to be shared: It is important to determine which data should be shared between the systems. The types of data that are typically shared include products, customers, orders, and supply chains.

      • Frequency of synchronization: It is important to determine how often the data should be synchronized between the systems. The frequency of synchronization depends on how often the data is updated in each system.

      • Synchronization method: There are different methods for synchronizing data between ERP and CMS systems. The most common methods include direct database access, API (Application Programming Interface), and change lists.

    Direct database access: This method allows the CMS system to access the data in the ERP system's database. This method is typically the fastest and easiest, but it can also be the most risky, as it requires access to sensitive data.

    API: This method allows the CMS system to communicate with the ERP system through an API. This method is more secure than direct database access, but it can also be slower and more complex to implement.

    Change lists: This method allows the CMS system to receive changes to data from the ERP system. This method is secure and easy to implement, but it can be slower than direct database access or API.

    Post-integration considerations:

    After integrating the ERP and CMS systems, it is important to regularly monitor them to ensure that the data is accurate and up-to-date. It is also important to ensure that the systems are up-to-date with the latest security patches.

    Specific things to consider when integrating ERP and CMS systems:

    In addition to the general factors listed above, there are a number of specific things to consider when integrating ERP and CMS systems. These include:

      • Pricing: How will pricing information be shared between the systems?

      • Product and variant management: How will product and variant information be managed between the systems?

      • Inventory management: How will inventory information be managed between the systems?

      • Communication method: Which communication method will be used to synchronize data between the systems?

      • Order creation: How will orders be created in the CMS system?

      • Order data update: How will order data be updated in the CMS system?

      • User registration: How will users be registered in the CMS system?

      • Login: How will users login to the CMS system?

      • Failover: What will happen if one system fails?

    By considering these factors, companies can ensure that their ERP and CMS integration is successful and delivers the desired benefits.

    1. Creating custom B2B e-shops can be expensive, but in the long term, it can mean increased profitability, time savings, and cost savings within your company.
    1. The functionality depends on the needs of your company and customers. You can use our recommendations, but we can also program custom functionality according to your needs.
    1. The duration of creating a custom B2B e-shop depends on the complexity of the project and usually takes between 6 to 12 months.

    Custom B2B e-commerce development is becoming increasingly important, especially for businesses that want to succeed in today's digital world. If you want to improve your business results and provide a better customer experience, contact us and we will be happy to help you find a solution that meets your needs and expectations.

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