E-commerce will emerge as the winner from the Corona crisis. A statement that is often read recently. Sounds logical regarding shutdown and social distancing. But it's not that simple after all.
According to the German E-Commerce and Mail Order Association (bevh), e-commerce is also suffering from the corona pandemic. In March 2020, sales were almost 20 percent below the previous year's level. Shopping morale is generally poor in times of crisis. This does not leave e-commerce unaffected.
Although the proportion of parcels sent within a few weeks between mid-March and early April rose by 90 percent, this does not allow any valid conclusions to be drawn. And it is precisely the delivery difficulties that have arisen as a result that prove once again that logistics is the Achilles' heel of e-commerce. Nevertheless, there are e-commerce winners from the crisis, as well as high losses in industries that are currently having a particularly hard time.
We have put together a Corona aid package for all e-commerce companies, or those who want to become such. Our support in difficult times.
The shop demise in German city centres is further aggravated by the Corona crisis. Many people shy away from going into a shop even after loosening up. For many businesses, e-commerce is an opportunity to participate in retail in the long term. What's more, e-commerce now offers the chance to make up for long missed opportunities in terms of digitalisation. Not only participate, but help shape it! Many good strategies and best practice examples are there.
We know how to plan your e-commerce project, are happy to be your sparring partner, implement in record time and provide you with long-term support. Come on board! Like over 2000 well-known customers in DACH.
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There are numerous good e-commerce solutions on the market, all of which have their raison d'être. The question of which one is the best cannot be answered easily. In addition to factors such as industry, company size and structure, objectives and customer needs, many other aspects play a major role when choosing an e-commerce solution.
We know projects from every relevant industry in DACH. No matter if retail or mail order, wholesale, industrial or brand manufacturers. Our comprehensive functionalities in OXID eShop, the seamless connection to third-party systems and the possibilities in cross-border trade make your e-commerce strategy a reality. We will help you with this.
An e-commerce solution must be as individual as the company implementing it. Because just as organisation, IT structure and processes are different in every company, every e-commerce project is different. We have implemented numerous e-commerce projects for well-known customers such as Edeka, Zeppelin or Mercedes-Benz and know every question and challenge.
In doing so, we rely on the support of selected partners who have the core competencies for the customer's individual solution approach. Regardless of whether you work according to the Plan-Build-Run scheme, or whether you align your corporate philosophy in an agile way. We are your reliable partner for planning, consulting, implementation and support of your individual e-commerce solution.
Read in our blog how e-commerce projects are successfully implemented.
Revival for used parts
Read our case study to find out how the Professional Services Team implemented a shop relaunch for original used parts for the premium automaker Mercedes-Benz, which directly led to 15 percent more orders in a specific segment of the shop.