Berlin, Germany, 24 January 2017 – Intershop is sponsoring the Internet Retailing B2B Summit 2017, which takes place on 25 January at the DBB Forum in Berlin. As headline sponsor, Intershop will host an interactive roundtable on optimizing B2B order management processes, as well as two technology solution workshops aimed at B2B organizations that need to master digital transformation, integrate their various channels and create a seamless experience that meets changing customer expectations.
The Internet Retailing B2B Summit provides a forum for top-level executives from leading B2B industries to address the challenges they face in transforming their businesses for the digital age. The highly immersive one-day event will bring together high-level thinkers and practitioners in roundtable discussions, workshops and leadership panels, and will focus on successful innovation amongst the very best organizations.
Intershop (founded in Germany 1992; Prime Standard: ISHA) enables the world’s leading manufacturers and wholesalers to digitalize, transform, and boost their businesses. Our e-commerce platform and cloud-based technology give B2B companies the power to establish and expand their digital presence, improve customer experience, and increase online revenue. With more than 25 years’ experience and a global presence, we help our 300+ clients turn products into profits, customers into business partners, and transactions into lasting relationships.
Intershop is built to boost your business. Learn more at www.intershop.com.
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