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Insite B2B E-Commerce Platform Lands In Netherlands

EU Internet service provider Evident is looking to strengthen businesses’ digital operations, especially in the wholesale, manufacturing and overall supplier market. Its latest partnership, the company revealed, is part of that effort.

In a collaboration, Evident will be working with US B2B e-commerce platform Insite in the Netherlands, a response to what Evident describes as the unavoidable innovation in B2B procurement.

Evident will reportedly act as the facilitator to introduce Insite’s services to the Dutch market, the companies revealed. Insite’s product offers an array of features including recurring ordering options, customer-specific pricing, online payments, e-invoicing and more.

In a statement, Evident director Herbert Pesch said the deal with Insite is part of the company’s efforts to “embrace digital.” The company, Insite says on its website, caters to the B2B market with its Internet services and reaches an international customer base.

Insite, Evident added, also exemplifies a group of innovative B2B e-commerce players, “early adaptors” of technology that distinguishes B2B online commerce from its B2C counterpart. Their partnership aims to accelerate the online adoption of B2B corporations.

Insite’s partnership with Evident was announced simultaneously with two other new collaborations with customer experience platform Sitecore and product management service inRiver, reports say. Just last month, Insite also revealed a new B2B e-commerce collaboration with Web design and digital strategy provider Agency Oasis.

While Insite has boosted its partnerships in recent months, the company recently finalized the divestment of its B2B Software-as-a-Service unit, which was sold to Epicor Software Corporation after more than 10 years of collaboration between the two firms in the SaaS market.


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