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Insite Software chooses Ecommerce Specialists Solutionists

Insite Software chooses Ecommerce Specialists Solutionists to bring Enterprise B2B ecommerce to Australia and New Zealand

Auckland, New Zealand: Ecommerce specialists Solutionists have been appointed as the official implementation partner for Insite Software, leading provider of B2B ecommerce in the USA and beyond.

This strategic partnership means distributors and manufacturers in Australia and New Zealand no longer have to look off-shore for enterprise online services. Located in this part of the world, Solutionists will provide and support integrated B2B ecommerce utilising the entire Insite Software suite.
Insite Software is versatile, scalable and robust. With an extensive product offering from B2B websites, branded customer portals to mobile apps, sales and channel partner portals, Insite covers all avenues of B2B ecommerce.

As the first Australian and New Zealand based implementation partner, Solutionists CEO James Gilbert said: “We are very excited to be teaming up with Insite Software. As a leader in B2B ecommerce, their products incorporate key features to meet the complex business requirements on the back-end and create a buying experience tailored specifically to the B2B market. Combined with our expertise in business process design and back office integration, we are equipped to provide complete online solutions powered by Insite, designed to fulfil the precise needs of B2B enterprises across Australia and New Zealand.”


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