SAP Commerce Cloud is a powerful and versatile e-commerce platform that can help businesses of all sizes and industries achieve their online sales goals. However, despite its many benefits, we experience that some misconceptions are often influencing the view on the platform. In this blog post, we will explore some of the most common misconceptions about the platform and explain why they are not true.
The misconceptions of SAP Commerce Cloud
Misconception 1: It is only for large enterprises
One of the most common misconceptions about SAP Commerce Cloud is that it is only for large enterprises. However, this is not the case. The platform is designed to be scalable and can be customized to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes. Whether you are a small startup or a large corporation, the platform has the tools and features you need to succeed in the digital marketplace. Also, SAP Commerce is not dependent on SAP ERP as it can work on its own.
Misconception 2: It is expensive
Another misconception about SAP Commerce Cloud is that it is expensive. While it is true that the platform requires an initial investment and a yearly fee, it offers a variety of features and tools that can help businesses save money in the long run. For example, it can help businesses increase their online sales and reduce their costs associated with managing an e-commerce platform. Additionally, it can be integrated with ERP, CRM, Marketing and other systems which can help businesses streamline their operations and reduce costs. We help businesses calculate the business case for this e-commerce platform.
Misconception 3: It is not flexible
A third misconception about SAP Commerce Cloud is that it is not flexible. However, this is not true. The platform is designed to be highly customizable, can be considered open source and can be tailored to meet the unique needs of any business. It also supports a wide range of integration options – including ready to use packages and the framework to design and implement an integration from scratch – including integration with other SAP systems, third-party systems, and external data sources. The platform also makes use of a headless frontend approach so that any CMS system can be chosen for building and maintaining the frontend pages. Furthermore, the platform is an all-in-one solution that can handle all ecommerce processes without the need of an ERP solution.
With this blog post we hope to clear up some of these misconceptions and provide a better understanding of what SAP Commerce Cloud can do for your business. The powerful and flexible e-commerce platform can help businesses of all sizes and industries achieve their online sales goals.
If you want to know more about what this e-commerce platform could do for your business, please reach out to us.