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eCommerce B2B website visitors. Not only it identifies the 70% part of your business
funnel that buys without even finishing the transaction, it also gives your Sales and
Marketing teams the power to recover their revenue before your traffic jumps to
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How GetQuanty Helps B2B
The key issue that comes along with online selling is cart abandonment.
Pretty much like their B2C counterparts, B2B brands suffer from this issue too. And only a fraction of the companies starting the sales funnel can recover their revenues, while in most cases 70% of the losses have been incurred already before the purchaser is identified — leaving a huge part of the value unattended.
Even when they have a dedicated professional section, up to 90% of the B2B traffic remains stuck in the B2C part of the catalog and that’s why it doesn’t convert enough.
More importantly, the expected value of B2B customers is much higher than the initial purchase done online, and salespeople are generally likely to increase the revenue over time. Their role is to detect the highest potential, and switch the initial offer to professional services or mass orders at company level.
But again only returning visitors at individual levels are currently being tracked and not their team members or other professionals from the same company — which prevents the sales team to have the full view of their customers purchase intention and losing many upsell opportunities
So now you can observe their behaviour, track which product they added to their
cart, correlate the purchase intention to previous purchases made within the same
company and alert your sales team for the best opportunities that arrive at your
And that’s not it — GetQuanty can adapt the user experience to promote offers,
start a chat conversation or send an email just after the visit to the key people of the
organizations that didn’t convert and recover a good part of the lost revenue, in real