Manage your sales on B2B marketplaces

Planet B2B

B2B Sales Portal

B2B distribution to authorized resellers and business customers. You control access to the web portal and who can see the product offerings, prices and availability. Self service procurement for your customers.

Planet B2B

order fulfillment

Receive orders via API and EDI and automate processing with own warehouse or drop ship distributor. Print shipping labels, invoices, create custom quotes. Integrated product catalog with real time prices and availability.

Planet B2B

Government Sales

Selling on marketplaces like GSA Advantage, DOD FedMall, Vendor Portal. Planet B2B provides full automation of pricing offers, inventory, order fulfillment and accounting.

Planet B2B

government contracts

Planet B2B automates selling on GSA government marketplaces with competitive pricing and order management. Planet B2B is an authorized negotiator and supports full EDI data exchange in real time.

B2B Online

E-Commerce System Features

B2B Online is integrated with multiple marketplaces with customized offerings for each market segment. It manages your:

  • pricing
  • invoicing
  • customers
  • inventory
  • orders
  • POs
  • quotes
Product Catalog & Price Manager
External Integrations
CRM & Order Fulfillment
B2C Website
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inventory integration
Planet B2B

Planet B2B can be integrated with an existing inventory management system or ERP and invoice management.

B2B Connector
Planet B2B

Integrations use the proprietary B2B Connector technology that connects any API, XML, EDI, ASN, FTP or SFTP data source.

outside suppliers
Planet B2B

Planet B2B can be integrated with outside suppliers for daily and real time inventory updates.

external catalogs
Planet B2B

Planet B2B can also use external product catalogs like Cnet or Etilize.

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