b2b.store has launched an enterprise e-commerce platform for B2B firms across the globe.
The platform improves on the existing b2b.store architecture providing a wider variety of advanced customisation, automation, and integration functionalities to support larger and multi-national organisations’ more complicated e-commerce demands.
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Founder and chief executive of b2b.store, Rob Mannion said: “Our freemium b2b.store offer has proved extremely popular since its launch last year, allowing wholesalers up and down the county to get their businesses online quickly and effectively during a difficult period for the whole industry.
“By basing our enterprise offer around our existing b2b.store code, we are able to develop more complex, fully-integrated solutions at speed while offering more advanced customisation, automation and integration functionality for larger domestic and global B2B businesses.
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ERP connection, multi-depot capabilities, and advanced bespoke pricing, which allows firms to handle millions of lines of pricing variants for different clients and items, are among the platform’s other features.
“Whether you’re selling nationally to a domestic market or exporting to multiple locations, b2b.store Enterprise offers both the language and international communications features you need to sell more while delivering an intuitive, user-friendly experience for your customers.”
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Business intelligence (BI) and enhanced barcode scanning are also available through the enterprise, connecting e-commerce platforms of businesses to their barcode scanning, stock levels, and ordering systems.