InSite Software Reveals Insourcing Trend for Integrated Ecommerce Solutions

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Company reports manufacturers and online retailers moving away from outsourcing ecommerce technology.

Our technology removes the middle man, and our easy-to-use tool set eliminates the need for technical expertise in-house to manage the site

InSite Software, the global leader of integrated ecommerce and shipping solutions and provider of InSiteCommerce (, today reports on a current ecommerce insourcing trend in the manufacturing, distribution and online retailing marketplace. The success of the organization's InSiteCommerce software solution -- resulting in the addition of nine new employees, four new software partnerships and over 50 new clients in the past six months -- further demonstrates this trend.

InSiteCommerce is the next generation ecommerce solution designed to integrate B2C and B2B sites into ERP systems to automate the order entry and customer service aspects of website transactions. The solution's tool set simplifies tasks, enabling its clients to easily manage the website in-house without having to rely on a third party. Current InSiteCommerce clients are experiencing increased flexibility, increased time-to-market, cost savings and the ability to easily adapt to seasonal messages.

"Outsourcing ecommerce technology is becoming a thing of the past," said Brian Strojny, InSite Software CEO. "Companies are looking to insource technology without the responsibility of managing teams of developers. The trend we are experiencing today is organizations replacing outsourced solutions and large custom solutions with best-of-breed ecommerce software products like InSiteCommerce."

Often called the "quiet phenomenon," insourcing is becoming an increasingly popular decision among U.S. companies. In fact, Deloitte, a leading consulting firm in Web 2.0, reports that 64 percent of organizations that have bought an outsourced service have brought it back in-house. InSite's insourcing option for ecommerce is used by hundreds of companies around the globe such as Sprint, Natori, Riedell Skates, Surdyk's Liquor, Caldrea, Par-aide, Custom Boxes Now!, and Mrs. Meyers Clean Day.

"Our technology removes the middle man, and our easy-to-use tool set eliminates the need for technical expertise in-house to manage the site," added Strojny. "Companies are taking this opportunity to upgrade to InSite's solutions -- the result is complete control over their websites and increased responsiveness in a continually challenging and competitive environment."

About InSite Software:
InSite Software is a leader in integrated ecommerce and shipping solutions serving over 500 customers in six countries. Headquartered in Bloomington, Minn., InSite Software's solutions are used by leading manufacturers, distributers and retailers in the mid to large-sized markets and are fully integrated with a wide range of ERP providers including Infor, Sage, SAP and Microsoft. More information is available at,, and


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