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Startup Name SellerIntegrate
What problem are you solving? Retail e-ommerce has many tools for order management. Wholesale implementations are not as plentiful, and SellerIntegrate is looking to fill the gap.
What is your solution? Add Wholesale ordering to your business with minimal effort. Wholesale customers can login themselves and place orders instantly rather than placing them over the phone or via fax or email. Your customers can leave a credit card on file, and SellerIntegrate will handle charging it either upfront or when their order ships. SellerIntegrate generates and sends generated PDF invoices for every order, automatically. No more creating invoices by hand. Wholesale customers can login themselves and track placed orders rather than calling in to check shipping and tracking information. SellerIntegrate includes unlimited sales rep accounts, so each of your employees can login and manage their customers. SellerIntegrate lets you upload your catalog, price list, product images, and other media types for your customers to view.
Target Market Businesses
How will you make money? Monthly subscription, free during beta for early adopters.
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Shibley Burnett, software engineer & entrepreneur with over 15 years experience is software development.
Founders Names Shibley Burnett
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