Over the past few years, technology has constantly been changing the way we do things. The manufacturing industry has also witnessed and accepted a lot of technological advancements. With the spike in digitization initiatives in the manufacturing world, various eCommerce and IIoT platforms have also revolutionized the traditional approaches.
The ease of online shopping, the freedom of customization, and the ability to targeting their customers online has attracted a lot of investments in e-commerce platforms from industrials.
Here are the top eCommerce platforms in the B2B industrial space.
Revenue: $2.9 Billion
Founded in 2006, Shopify Inc. is a Canadian multinational e-commerce company with a software platform for online stores and retail point of sale systems. Shopify platform allows brands to sell, ship, and process payments. Shopify is based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Revenue: $147.4 Million
Founded in 2008, Magento Commerce is an open-source e-commerce platform written in PHP. It uses multiple other PHP frameworks such as Laminas and Symfony. The company is headquartered in San Jose, California.
Revenue: $152.4 Million
Founded in 2009, BigCommerce is a technology company providing a SaaS e-commerce platform. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas with locations across the globe.
Revenue: $40.5 Billion
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Oracle Corporation is an American multinational computer technology corporation. The company sells database software and technology, cloud-engineered systems, and enterprise software products—particularly its own brands of database management systems.
Revenue: $15.7 Billion
Established in 1973, Argos is a leading UK general merchandise retailer offering more than 60,000 products through its website, apps, stores, and convenient Click & Collect points inside Sainsbury’s supermarkets.
Employing around 30,000 colleagues, Argos is a technology-led retailer. Its market-leading Fast Track delivery service is available across more than 90% of UK postcodes, seven days a week, and offers home delivery in as little as four hours up to 10 pm.
Revenue: $71.3 Million
Proactis was founded in 1996. Proactis enables digital trade for all, by helping organizations around the world to control 100% of their spending. We work with our customers to transform their Source-to-Pay processes; to help them save money and create efficiency gains while increasing compliance and reducing risk. This company provides financial software services and products. Their headquarters are located in West Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
Revenue: $98.7 Million
VTEX is the Enterprise Digital Commerce Platform that enables brands and retailers to achieve faster time to market, reach their customers across any channel, and uncover new growth areas.
VTEX digital commerce platform enables enterprises to rapidly explore new ways to sell and fulfill products and services with an array of customization.
These are just a few of the top e-commerce players for manufacturers. With the e-commerce solutions listed above, industrial manufacturers can comfortably make the best of their businesses online.