- Inquires online stock status.
- It can determine the exchange rate and manage the sales at the determined rate.
- It enables to follow the daily sales reports online.
- It can integrate the Virtual Pos Applications of the banks into the B2B system and makes online collections with credit cards.
- It provides full integration with commercial software.
- Uses multiple product images.
- Campaign management.
- It provides easy data transfers thanks to xml integrations.
- It sets shipping pricing and offers multiple language options.
- It enables online order creation by your dealers.
- Provides easy access to the cart creation system.
- It monitors the risk management of dealers online.
- It enables interdepartmental information management in companies to be able to perform and report properly.
- It provides information to all users in the B2B system through the system.
Frequently Asked Questions About B2B-B2C
What is B2B Business Model?
B2B business model include all process between businesses. It focuses on wholesale businesses, not the consumer segment, in both conventional commerce and e-commerce. In short, it is the trade that firms do among themselves.
What is B2C Business Model?
The B2C business model covers the entire process from business to consumer. As the name suggests, it is the traditional business model where there is no middleman and we are used to. Unlike the B2B business model, it aims to buy and sell between companies and customers, not between companies.
What is the Difference Between B2B and B2C?
The main difference between B2B and B2C is who the customer is. The term B2B is used mainly when your customers are companies, and B2C when your customers are individuals.