With over 1.75 million merchants on the platform and over $300 billion in Ecommerce transaction volume, Shopify has become one of the most dominant Ecommerce platforms on the market today. It is easy to use for both buyers and sellers, contains a vast array of digital shopping features, is highly scalable and cost effective, and rivals Amazon in reach. But can it be used for B2B Ecommerce?
Is the Flexibility of Headless Commerce Too Costly?
Do longer implementation cycles make the headless commerce approach more expensive? What about the setup costs? Without an out-of-the-box solution prepackaged, how can the development and multi-departmental implementations not balloon pricing? Is the need for a front-end CMS platform cost prohibitive?