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Meet Second Phase
Second Phase was founded in Boulder, Colorado by Mark Kostovny and Scot Shaeffer in 2001 to develop web applications that are cost effective and provide a quick return on investment. In 2004, Second Phase was competitively chosen by one of the largest distributor focused ERP companies to bring custom eCommerce solutions to their wholesale distributor customers (who were small to medium size) and they have been committed to that distribution market segment ever since. In 2012, they embraced the Software as a Service (SAAS) business model and now offer a completely turnkey solution (software, cloud servers, support) that includes everything you need to sell and support your customers online. Over these years, Second Phase has become one of the fastest growing B2B eCommerce providers (averaging 30%+ annual growth over the last 6 years) because they truly know the webstore needs of wholesale distributors and their customers & manufacturer/suppliers. Click here to see our Intro Video
B2B eCommerce News
Why Distributors Don’t Do E-commerce
By Jonathan Bein Ph.D., Managing Partner of Real Results Marketing Jonathan has worked with many distributors to make their marketing a profit center. He has developed and applied analytic approaches for customer segmentation, customer lifecycle management, positioning and messaging, pricing, and channel strategy for distributors….
Predicting The Future Of B2B E-Commerce
The inflection point e-commerce is going through today has many parallels to previous technology shifts that revolutionized web-based apps and services. Spending on B2B e-commerce platform technologies, systems, and services continue at a pace over 2X the B2C e-Commerce market. Forrester predicts that by 2019,…
EQUITY Plumbing Group Addresses The ROI For A New Webstore
Deep-pocketed competitors (Amazon, Grainger, Ferguson and others) are investing heavily in robust web storefronts and they are starting to see major results. At some point in the future the lack of a distributor’s web storefront (or sub-par webstore) will be a disqualifier in the eyes…