Salesforce launches Quick Start Commerce Solutions to help propel businesses into the digital-first economy

The world has transitioned to a digital-first economy, and online has become the lifeline for many businesses. New research shows that, in the UK, 41% are online shopping more than before the pandemic.


According to Salesforce’s Q1 Shopping Index, in April 2020, digital traffic grew 45% year over year, which was driven by a 51% spike in mobile activity and a 50% increase in desktop traffic. However, just setting up a digital storefront is not enough to help businesses survive in a digital-first economy.

Quick Start Commerce Solutions provide the speed, intelligence, flexibility and scalability that digital businesses need to quickly grow and evolve to stay relevant in the future as customer behaviours continue to change and new shopping channels emerge.

New solutions include:

  • Quick Start Commerce for D2C Consumer and Essential Goods — accelerates the path to purchase for consumer and essential goods businesses with little or no existing ecommerce by getting their new sites up live, fast.
  • Quick Start Commerce for Grocery and Food Service — enables businesses like grocery, food service and quick serve restaurants to go from “clicks to curb” by building new commerce sites fast, and allowing customers to buy online and pick up curbside.
  • Quick Start Commerce for B2B — helps businesses quickly launch B2B commerce storefronts that empower buyers to easily find and order items, and unlock new revenue channels with simple reordering which allows buyers to reorder items in just a few clicks.
  • Quick Start Commerce for Buy Online and Curbside Pickup is a complete curbside solution that helps brands to quickly move products from in-store inventories online and sell more to customers.

Commerce Quick Start Solutions is a part of Salesforce’s ongoing commitment to deliver solutions that help customers and partners navigate new business and safety standards as economies reopen around the world.

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